Situation report on military activity on the territory of Belarus for March 27 by Hajun Project
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На русском языке: Оперативная сводка от Гаюна за 27 марта о военной активности на территории Беларуси
На беларускай мове: Аператыўная зводка ад Гаюна за 27 сакавіка аб ваеннай актыўнасці на тэрыторыі Беларусі

Hajun Project published a situation report on military activity on the territory of Belarus as of 22:00 March 27.

Intensive movement of columns of the Russian Armed Forces on the territory of Belarus (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, etc.) continues. We should especially note a column of more than 100 units of equipment. In total, at least 230 units of various equipment could move in the columns mentioned above. These were mainly supply convoys consisting of KamAZ and Ural trucks. There also were medical PAZ buses and armored personnel carriers.

It was also reported that some of the vehicles seen in Khoiniki had their windows broken, and bullet holes were spotted in them. Some of the vehicles were moving using camouflage means (camouflage netting, spruce and pine branches).

The main routes of the columns were towards Gomel, Mazyr, Kalinkavichy and Rechitsa; the columns were also moving through Khoiniki. It should be noted that the movement of columns is carried out in the southern and eastern districts of Gomel region.

Columns of fighting vehicles were also observed. For example, Iskander missile launchers and S-300 surface-to-air missile systems were spotted near Mazyr (Gomel region). An artillery convoy (consisting of Uragan multiple rocket launchers and their transport-loading vehicles, 1V18 Klen fire control vehicles, etc.) was also spotted. There was also a movement of columns of tractors with trailers (here and here) carrying T-72B3 tanks and 122-mm 2S1 Gvozdika self-propelled howitzer.

Intensive movement of military trains was also recorded. For example, trains with military equipment and ammunition were spotted in the Rechitsa district (moving towards Gomel), Mazyr (was later spotted in Yelsk), and Gomel (in the direction of Rechitsa and at the Gomel-Nechetny station). The platforms were carrying motor vehicles (mainly KamAZ trucks), special and engineering equipment (KrAZ fuel trucks, communication vehicles, bulldozers, excavators, cranes, etc.), as well as armored fighting vehicles (BTR-82A, infantry fighting vehicles, etc.). In total, the trains could carry about 90 units of various equipment. It’s especially worth noting a large train that left Gomel in the direction of Ukraine.

Flight activity was recorded at military airfields in Baranavichy (Brest Region), Machulishchy (Minsk Region) and the village of Vialiki Bokau. It should be noted that helicopters took off from the airfields in Machulishchy and Vialiki Bokau.

Strikes on the territory of Ukraine by tactical missile systems still continue. For example, about seven missile launches were recorded from the territory of the Khoiniki district (Gomel region), and one from the Naroulya district (Gomel region). There were reports of a firing position for missile launches near the village of Biarozauka (Kalinkavichy district, Gomel region). Possible missile launches from the Pinsk district (Brest region) were also reported.

A photo from Slavutich (Kyiv region, Ukraine), which allegedly depicts a soldier of the Belarusian Armed Forces, is being actively shared. This information does not correspond to reality. The photo shows a soldier of the Rosgvardiya (National Guard of Russia).

No movement of units of the Belarusian Armed Forces was observed.

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