Joe and his NATO minions must have been getting their hopes up. The Kremlin says there’ll be no regime change in the Russian military despite the armed mutiny from the mercenary group.

According to the Daily Mail (which is pro-NATO/EU): “Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin will be exiled to Belarus and face no charges for his group’s failed mutiny against Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin has said, after he gave a sensational order to his army to halt their march on Moscow and retreat. Coup accusations against the PMC Chief have been dropped, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov claimed tonight, adding that there will be no change of military leadership within Russia despite the humiliating crisis. Prigozhin’s men will not be charged, Moscow said, while the fighters who did not participate in the uprising will sign contracts with the Ministry of Defence — in a clear attempt to remove the feared fighting force’s influence once and for all. ‘We are turning our columns around and going back to field camps,’ an audio message on Prigozhin’s Telegram feed said after a meeting between him and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko.”