A mutiny is brewing in Russia, which will lead to the fragmentation of the Russian Federation, Oleksii Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, said. Kyiv knows who controls the traffic and how it happens. The uprising will be different from Prigozhin’s march on Moscow, Danilov said.
“I think that this will no longer be a march. Remember how in August 1991 there was a collapse of the USSR. It is indeed brewing there, as it was with the ‘SCSE group’ in 1991 [The State Committee on the State of Emergency is a self-proclaimed authority, created in August 1991 in the USSR to remove President Mikhail Gorbachev from power – ed.], this is already maturing there and they are already grouping up there, this is a well-known fact. And we understand who is leading this, how it is happening,” Danilov said.
When the mutiny happens is a matter of “a short time period”, the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine announced. One of the factors that will influence these processes is, in particular, the serious illness of Ramzan Kadyrov, the pro-Kremlin leader of the Chechen Republic. In addition, Russian oligarchic groups should also forget about peace after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, Danilov added.
“Many are aware, but some believe that this process can be controlled and things can be done that will not allow Russia to break up. I can say that no one can influence this, Russia will have to fragment and this will necessarily happen in our lifetime. And no force can stop this, because this is a historical process,” the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine concluded.