- Aviation activity was recorded at Machulishchy and Baranavichy airfields. Flights of aircraft and helicopters of the Belarusian Air Force and Russian Aerospace Forces were recorded.
- A military transport aircraft An-12 arrived at Machulishchy and Baranavichy airfields.
- A military cargo train with equipment of the 841st artillery group of the Belarusian Armed Forces was spotted at Parechcha station. The unit arrived for the field drills.
Movements by road
- No large columns (10+ units) with military vehicles of the Russian Armed Forces were recorded. Single vehicles and small columns of the Russian Armed Forces were spotted in Minsk, Brest, and on some sections of the M1, M10 and R13 highways.
- No large columns (10+ units) with military vehicles of the Belarusian Armed Forces were recorded. Single vehicles of the Belarusian Armed Forces were spotted in Minsk.
Military activity on the territory of Belarus on March 11-12 / Belarusian Hajun
The conclusion on the situation made in the report for March 3 remains valid.
We can note a decrease in the intensity of movements of the Russian Armed Forces by rail. This may indicate the end of rotation of the Russian contingent stationed in Belarus. The rotation consists of the following: trained Russian units are sent from Belarus to the combat zone, and Russian mobilized soldiers/volunteers arrive at the training grounds from Russia instead. If in the next few days movements of the Russian Armed Forces by rail completely stop, it will be possible to talk about the end of rotation.
It was also reported that a large number of Russian soldiers were spotted in grocery stores, shopping malls, and bars in Brest. This may indicate the presence of Russian servicemen at the Brestski training ground, which is located near the city.
Changes in the size of the group of the Russian Armed Forces in Belarus: no data.