Ten individuals lost their lives in a private plane crash to the north of Moscow. Among those reportedly on the passenger list was Yevgeny Prigozhin, the head of Wagner Group. The plane was en route from Moscow to St Petersburg when it crashed on Wednesday, according to Russian emergency authorities.
Yevgeny Prigozhin, known for his association with the private military company Wagner, was said to be listed as a passenger, although it remains uncertain whether he was actually on the plane. Unverified reports from the media suggested that the aircraft belonged to Prigozhin himself. Russia’s aviation regulatory body, Rosaviatsia, confirmed his presence on the passenger list but whether he boarded the flight remains unclear.