Up to 12,000 Russian mobiles have already been transferred to Belarus

The Belarusian armed forces allegedly fully met the needs of the occupying contingent.

The National Resistance Center reports that the Russian invaders continue to deploy their troops in Belarus. The CNS learned about this from sources in the Belarusian underground.

“The Russians set up about 63 tents near the village of Babunichi (Gomel region). In total, up to 12,000 mobilized Russians have already been deployed in the country,” the report says.

At the same time, the Russian military is said to be saying that it is an honor for them to be in Belarus. After all, there are allegedly much better conditions at the training grounds than at home. And the Belarusian armed forces allegedly fully met the needs of the occupiers’ contingent.

“In fact, the Russians took control of the joint grouping of troops, which is another sign of the loss of sovereignty by Belarus,” the National Resistance Center writes.

  • Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Russia has been using Belarus as a springboard for missile strikes on the territory of Ukraine. At the same time, the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus do not take a direct part in the war against Ukraine.
  • In October, journalists analyzed satellite images from the Zyabrovka airfield near Belarusian Gomel and concluded that active changes have occurred there over the past month. Russian troops and new equipment arrive there.
  • On October 10, Lukashenka announced the deployment of a joint group of troops of Belarus and the Russian Federation. Later, Russian conscripts were brought to Belarusian territory.

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