Wagner PMC joins Rosgvardia, resumes volunteer recruitment
Wagner PMC has resumed recruiting mercenaries in Russia’s Ural region. Currently, Yevgeny Prigozhin's son Pavel is in charge of running Wagner
Russian regional propaganda portal 59.ru reported the information.
Wagner reportedly needs: "desperate and brave, the best of the best.”
Wagner representative from the Perm branch said that the PMC integrated into the Rosgvardia, Russian National Guard, and became its unit, which is led by Yevgeny Prigozhin's son Pavel.
Contracts will reportedly be signed with everyone who wants to join the formation. They are ready to sign them with people aged 20 to 55. The amount of payment depends on the location to which the employee will be sent, and ranges from RUB 80,000 to 240,000.
More about Wagner PMC
British intelligence believes that the decisive factor in the outcome of Prigozhin's mutiny against the Russian military leadership was that Russian security forces remained loyal to the Kremlin, especially the Rosgvardia.
It was also previously reported that Redut PMC recruits mercenaries in Russia under the guise of volunteers, including former Wagner fighters. Currently, the PMC has over 7,000 members.
The Institute for the Study of War claims that the Russian Guard is recruiting former Wagner fighters to Chechen units of the Akhmat special forces.
On October 29, Wagner PMC announced that it would officially become part of Rosgvardia and return to the war in Ukraine.