Yevgeny Prigozhin’s plane crashed in the Tver region
In Kurgan on October 1, the memory of the deceased founder of the Wagner PMC Evgeny Prigozhin and his comrade-in-arms Dmitry Utkin will be honored. The laying of flowers will take place at the memorial in the park near the monument to internationalist soldiers. Information about this is reported in one of the telegram channels associated with the military company.
“On October 1, everyone can lay flowers at the memorials of the Wagner PMC and honor the memory of the heroes who gave their lives for their country. Memorial in Kurgan in the park near the monument to internationalist soldiers,” the message states. Similar events will be held in other Russian cities.
A plane belonging to the head of the Wagner PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin, crashed in the Tver region at the end of August. There were ten people on board when the business jet crashed. Among the passengers, according to the Federal Air Transport Agency, were Prigozhin and the company commander Dmitry Utkin. Later, the Investigative Directorate of the Russian Federation confirmed the death of all passengers on the plane. After the tragedy, the founder of the PMC was secretly buried at the Porokhovskoye cemetery in St. Petersburg.