Intensive movement of convoys of the Russian Armed Forces on the territory of Belarus (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, etc.) continues. These are mostly supply convoys consisting of KamAZ and Ural trucks. Also, there were Tornado-U trucks, fuel trucks, and radars in the columns.
We should note a convoy carrying ammunition for heavy flamethrower systems. Another convoy is also worth attention. Some of the trucks had broken windshields (most likely, the vehicles returned from the combat zone). Some of the vehicles in the convoy were seized from the Ukrainian Armed Forces. This is indicated by pixel camouflage coloring, which is not used by either the Russian or the Belarusian Armed Forces.
The main routes of the columns are from the Kalinkavichy district (Gomel region) in the direction of Babruisk (Mogilev region). It should be noted that Babruisk is the location of a military airfield, which was used by the Russian Armed Forces to transfer their troops. Also, the movement of columns in the direction of Minsk, Rechitsa, Khoiniki, and Kamaryn.
Columns of fighting vehicles also continue to move intensively. For example, a column of Airborne Forces equipment was seen in Gomel (on March 28, the same column was seen near Gomel). A column with 122-mm D-30 howitzers, as well as Airborne forces armored vehicles were moving towards Chernihiv. A column of BMD-4M was moving from Loyeu to Rechitsa. Transportation of a pontoon bridge near the village of Kamaryn was also spotted. Also, several columns with Russian Armed Forces equipment were seen moving from Brahin to Khoiniki.
It should also be noted that a convoy of five Tochka-U missile launchers was moving towards Brahin. A radar station P-19 Danube was seen in the Mazyr district. This system has been in operation since 1974.
Based on the analysis of Russian troops’ movements, it can be noted that the Russian command is withdrawing some forces and means from the territory of Ukraine and the border areas deep into the territory of Belarus.
Movements of military echelons also continue. For example, Russian Armed Forces armored vehicles (about 70 armored vehicles in total) were seen in Rechitsa being loaded on railroad platforms. Also, military equipment was loaded on platforms at the Navabelitskaya railway station in Gomel. In Khoiniki, there was a loaded train with military equipment of the Russian Armed Forces (different generations of BMD, Nona 2S9, Rakushka BTR-MD, etc.) on platforms.
The greatest flight activity was recorded at military airfields in Baranavichy and Vialiki Bokau (Mazyr district). Also, insignificant activity was observed at military airfields in Machulishchy and Luninets, as well as at the helipad near the village of Volma (Smaliavichy district).
Strikes on the territory of Ukraine by tactical missile systems continue. Thus, two missile launches were recorded from the territory of the Khoiniki district, one from the Kalinkavichy district, and two from the Mazyr district.
Two KamAZ ambulances AC 4350 were seen in Barauliany (Minsk district). Most likely, they were transporting the wounded.
There is information about the “free time” of the Russian Armed Forces in Belarus. Thus, it is known about a large amount of alcohol bought and the search for sex workers.
Movements of individual units of the Armed Forces of Belarus were recorded. For example, a convoy of MAZ trucks was moving from Mazyr towards Naroulya/Yelsk. Also, MAZ trucks were seen on the M1 highway (direction – Brest). Possible reason for the movement is training of rear units of the Armed Forces of Belarus. It was reported on sounds of explosions heard in Brest. Probable reason – exercise of units of the Armed Forces of Belarus, taking place at the Brestski training ground.
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