Belarus. Lukashenka withdraws troops from Brest from the border between Poland and Ukraine. New information

In recent days, the Belarusian regime has withdrawn much of its military equipment from the Ukrainian border, with bloggers from the Belarusian Hajun project monitoring troop and weapons movements in Belarus. They returned to their permanent resettlement bases, including units stationed at Brest on the border with Poland.

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Belarusian Hajun presented information on the rotation of the Belarusian Armed Forces from October 15 to 22. According to the information of independent reporters, the main forces were withdrawn from Brest, Ziabraka, Zhelsk, Lelsis, Ivanovo, Stolin, Luninik and Vitebsk. Most of the military equipment was transferred from the border areas to the home units.

The movement of military positions of the following units has been confirmed:

6th Freedom Guards Mechanized Brigade from Brest training ground and Ziabruga to permanent relocation base in Grodno;

11th Freedom Guards Mechanized Brigade from Zelsk and Lelsz to permanent relocation location at Słonim;

5th Independent Special Forces from Ivanovo to Borisov and Zuninik to Zaslonovo;

103rd Independent Airborne Guards Squadron from Vitebsk to Ziabrukka.

Military movements in Belarus

Bylarusky Hajun said most of the equipment transported by rail was tracked units: T-72b tanks, BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicles, BRM-1K reconnaissance combat vehicles, MT-LB multi-purpose floating armored personnel carriers and 122-mm SAU 2S1 self-propelled howitzers and Armored Personnel Carriers BTR.

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“In fact, the Monitoring Committee can now see that most of the equipment of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus has returned from the border areas to places of permanent relocation. Except for the 103rd Airborne Regiment of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus, which arrived in Ziabrukka. The rest of the forces were stationed on the main roads“- indicated in the report.

Radio Svoboda reported that Belarusian authorities are training the Russian military at a training ground in Belarus. Russian troops began arriving in Belarus even before Vladimir Putin announced the mobilization.

Artillerymen train at a training ground near the town of Osipovich in the Mogilev region. On the other hand, in the training ground next to Baranavichi, Russian soldiers fire all kinds of weapons. They are led by Belarusian instructors, as the Russian army lacks officers due to heavy losses in the war in Ukraine.

Two weeks ago, Belarusian dictator Alexander Lukashenko announced the creation of a new Russian-Belarusian military group with the participation of 70,000 soldiers. Belarusian soldiers and up to 15,000 Russian soldiers. On October 15, authorities in Minsk released a recording showing the arrival of Russian troops in Belarus. In addition, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine recently announced that a secret mobilization of the Belarusian army was underway in Belarus – under the guise of training.

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