“Grady” and S-300 are brought to the border of Belarus with Ukraine

“Grady” and S-300 are brought to the border of Belarus with Ukraine

Grady and S-300s are being taken to the border between Belarus and Ukraine

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Monitoring group "Belarusian Gayun" fixes an increase in military activity in the Brest region, bordering Ukraine.

According to the group in the telegram channel, “grads” have been transferred to the border; and S-300.

Since the end of August, both supply vehicles and more serious weapons have been brought to the Brest region. In particular, on August 30, an echelon with at least 20 pieces of equipment of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus and 4 passenger cars arrived in Brest, among the armament there were two launchers of the S-300 air defense system.

with the equipment of the 115th anti-aircraft missile regiment of Belarus, which returned to Brest after exercises in the Russian Federation.

On the same day, the second echelon with more than 6 T-72 tanks of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus arrived in Brest.

Already on August 31, in the Drogichinsky district, in the direction of the border village of Adamovo, 5 infantry fighting vehicles of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus were moving, and in Pinsk, 4 KamAZ trucks with howitzers of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus were observed.

On September 2, in the direction of Ivatsevichi from the direction of Bereza, a convoy of 20 vehicles of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus was noticed, where, in addition to MAZs and Urals, a radar station was also moving. another large echelon with military equipment arrived: more than 13 airborne Urals, more than 17 Grad MLRS, more than 12 Gaz-66, 2 self-propelled guns 2S5 “Hyacinth-S” and 3 cars of a senior officer of the 1V12 battery, as well as several passenger and freight cars.

“What we see is, of course, an increase, including by returning part of the equipment after the exercises to the Russian Federation. The current strengthening is also associated with the conduct of exercises, and this number of troops is not enough for aggression against Ukraine,” the “Belarusian Gayun” notes.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich