An independent military intelligence group says Russia is stockpiling anti-aircraft missile systems in Belarus in preparation for a large-scale attack on Ukraine.
Belorussian Hajun said A telegram post An analysis of satellite imagery on Monday showed a concentration of weapons at Ziabrovka Airfield in Belarus, approximately 25 miles from the border with Ukraine. Report of the Belarusian Military Activity Monitor comes during Satta Belarus’s support for Russia’s war effort in Ukraine.
“The analysis of the situation on the airfield proves that not only the possibility of rocket attacks on Ukrainian territory remains, but it seems that Russia is preparing a large-scale missile attack on Ukraine in the coming weeks,” Belarusian Hajun said. Post
The group also noted how not a single rocket has been fired from Belarus towards Ukraine since the last major firefight on July 28.
US space technology company Maxar Technologies Inc. Using satellite images from, Belarusian Hajun said in the post that the Ziabrovka airfield is home to 10 to 14 S-400 Triumph and two Pantsir air defense systems, as well as three KASTA-2E2 and 48Y6 Podlyot radars.
In addition, it is said that the airfield is being used to store at least 15 to 60 missiles for the TRIUMPH defense system, with more expected to be deployed by the Russian Aerospace Forces.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko remains a staunch friend of the Russian President Vladimir Putin Despite international condemnation of the Kremlin’s attack on Ukraine in February.
Lukashenko, sharing borders with Russia and Ukraine is allowed Russian troops would pass through the country, giving them a more direct route to the Ukrainian capital, Kiev.
Belarusian smell reported last week According to eyewitness reports, there were “at least eight explosions” near Ziabrovka airfield. Belarusian officials attributed any explosion to a fire after the vehicle’s engine was replaced, and said there were no casualties. But the monitoring group Posted a video It described a “large flash” near the airfield, saying it was not consistent with an “engine fire”.
The Belarusian Hajun said in a post on Monday that satellite images show that a T-72 tank was destroyed in last week’s explosions and that the attack was fatal. The group did not explain the cause of the explosion.
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