World: A relative of Vladimir Putin sends a sordid gift to the European Parliament

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Evgueni Prigojine, close to Vladimir Putin and co-founder of the armed group Wagner, sent a clear message to Europe.

Certaines personnes affirment que le président russe aurait sept sosies qu’il enverrait un peu partout pour le remplacer. D’ailleurs, le dirigeant s’en est déjà amusé en conférence de presse. © supplied by Bang Showbiz Some people say that the Russian president would have seven diets that he would send everywhere to replace him. Besides, the leader already had fun at a press conference.

Russia passed a morbid message to the European Parliament after the country has been categorized as a sponsor state of terrorism.

In the middle of the week, the European Union denounced the terrorist actions perpetrated in Ukraine but Evgueni Prigojine, close to Vladimir Putin and co-founder of the Armed Wagner group, sent a clear message to Europe.

The Russian businessman sent a violin case in which a hammer stained with false blood was.

This daring blow serves as a warning to Europe but also recalls the death of a Russian citizen, who was brutally executed with a hammer.

Evgueni Nuzhin would have passed Ukrainian side but would have been kidnapped and returned to the Wagner group.

Nuzhin would have been attached to a wall before the Wagner group eliminated it with a hammer.

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