Pugachev’s uprising army, after appearing on the western bank of the Volga River, approached the dominating center of the Tsar. Catherine II and many of the nobles were afraid of trembling, and several thousand nobles frantically fled. As recounted, Pugachev was quietly approaching Moscow, Catherine II was about to move inside the palace. Cat that’s what I do I drink wine and forget things poster. At that time, the treaty of Russia and Turkey was signed, the Russo-Turkish War ended. Catherine II immediately ordered Suvorov – Aleksander Vasileyevich, the Marshal of the Russian army, who had just returned, “in addition to the enthusiasm of giving up the strength, no need to carry luggage”, immediately proceeded to attack Pugachev.