A series of explosions took place at the Ziabrak military airport in Belarus, which is controlled by Russian troops. According to new, unofficial information, the T-72 tank, RPN 92N6E fire control radar and ammunition were destroyed. There are also casualties. The extent of the damage is shown by satellite images.
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A spokesman for the forces suggested that the explosions at the Zyabrak airfield near Komal, where Russian forces are stationed, were the result of activities by Belarusian partisans…
On Thursday morning, Belarusian independent media reported several explosions at the Ziabrak airport near Gomel, near the border with Ukraine. The airport was put under the control of Russian troops by the regime of Alexander Lukashenko. It is used for attacks on the territory of Ukraine.
According to unofficial information from the bloggers of the Belarusian Hajun project, which monitors the movement of troops and weapons in Belarus, Russian military equipment was destroyed as a result of the explosions.
Belarus. What happened to the explosion at the airport?
“According to unconfirmed reports, it caught fire and exploded during the night About 10 pieces of T-72 tank with its ammunition. This information was confirmed by the fact that on Thursday morning, at 11 o’clock, a MAZ truck of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus was spotted moving towards Ziabrauki with the inscription “Demining” – the group reported.
In turn, a Russian one was destroyed, according to the Defense Block magazine in Ziabruka 92N6E fire control radar, Classified as Gravestone according to NATO terminology.
A series of bombings at a Belarusian airport. The Russians are stationed there
During the night, bloggers of the project reported that at least eight explosions occurred near the Zyabrak military airfield near the Belarusian Gomel …
Is computer S-400 useless?
“In turn, if the information is reliable, some of the S-400 Triumph anti-aircraft missile systems at the airport are now useless, because this radar is an integral part of the air defense system. It is he who detects the target and guides it, that is, it allows you to understand where to launch the missile. In addition, there are unconfirmed reports of casualties as a result of explosions in Giabruga. – This follows from the report, the content of which is provided by Belsat
Who is responsible for the explosions at the Belarusian airport? As Ukrainian military spokesman Yuriy Ihnat suggested, it was the result of actions by Belarusian partisans.
– We know that they are very good, smart and intelligent, and they are already fully helping our state and the Armed Forces of Ukraine. – said Ihnat in the wind of Belzat.
The case was commented by Oleksiy Khromov, Deputy Head of the Main Operations Department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
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– Indeed, there were explosions at Ziabrauk Airport. There were also – not the same, but similar – at Sagi Airport the day before. Of course, every military member and every unit of the Armed Forces of Ukraine would like to claim such a feat. But now we only have facts that the Ministry of Defense of Belarus and the Ministry of Defense of Russia comment on – he said.
– As to whether or not Belarus will join the war, various predictions can be made. But if the situation continues like this, good results will help and victory will soon be ours He declared.
Zagreb airport is used for attacks against Ukraine. A Russian military base with Iskander-M missiles and an S-400 missile system was established there. The Belarusian regime’s Defense Ministry denied reports of explosions at the airport near Komal, and said the engine of one of the engines had caught fire there.
biełsat, tvp.info portal
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