- No aviation activity was recorded.
- Movements of the Russian Armed Forces by rail were recorded. Russian military cargo trains were spotted on the Zhytkavichy-Kalinkavichy line, as well as in Homel, Baranavichy and Asipovichy. At least part of the trains most likely went to Russia. At the same time, there’s so far unconfirmed information about the arrival of several new military cargo trains of the Russian Armed Forces with personnel and military equipment in Belarus.
- We should also mention a military cargo train that was spotted yesterday in Homel and later went towards Russia. The transported equipment included 4 heavy mechanized bridges TMM-3M2 (on KamAZ chassis). The Russian military used this equipment earlier for the training.
- Movements of small columns (up to 10 units) of military vehicles of the Belarusian Armed Forces were spotted in Brest, as well as along the M10 highway (Homel→Rechytsa). Insignificant movements of the Russian Armed Forces were recorded in Baranavichy, Kletsk and along the M1 highway (Minsk→Baranavichy).
Military activity on the territory of Belarus on January 13 / Belarusian Hajun
The general conclusion made on January 12 remains valid. The Russian Armed Forces continue to withdraw part of their military equipment and personnel from Belarus. This is a confirmation that in the near future we should not expect an offensive by the Russian Armed Forces from the territory of Belarus. And the Belarusian training grounds will be used for the training of the mobilized Russians.
Changes in the number of the group of the Russian Armed Forces in Belarus:
Arrived in Belarus:
- Military equipment – at least 91 units (being clarified);
- Personnel – about 200 people.
Left Belarus: no data