Wagner's parallel diplomacy embarrasses Moscow

Alexander Ivanov (centre, holding a document), representative of Wagner instructors in the Central African Republic, was received at the Central African National Assembly on 15 October 2021.
Alexander Ivanov (centre, holding a document), representative of Wagner instructors in the Central African Republic, was received at the Central African National Assembly on 15 October 2021. © Communauté des Officiers pour la Sécurité internationale (Cosi)/Twitter
Active in the military and media fields, the private security firm Wagner has been courting publicity in a way that is jarring with the reserve of Russian diplomats in recent weeks and the messages coming out of official channels in Moscow. [...] (712 words)
Issue dated 28/10/2021 Reading time 3 minutes

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