The Russian Federation dropped 11 helicopters closer to the Belarusian-Ukrainian border, - Gayun

The Russian Federation dropped 11 helicopters closer to the Belarusian-Ukrainian border, – Gayun

This was reported by the “Belarusian Gayun” monitoring group.

“From the very morning of January 19, an increase in air activity was observed in Belarus, primarily it concerned the helicopters of the Air Force of the Republic of Belarus and the Air Force of the Russian Federation, which took off from the airfield “Machulyshchi”. As a result, they flew to the airfields in the Brest region: “Baranovichi”, “Osivtsi” and “Lunynets” “, – writes “Gayun”.

2 Belarusian Mi-8 helicopters and 1 Russian helicopter were flown to the “Baranovichi” airfield, and 4 Belarusian Mi-24 helicopters were flown to the “Osovtsi” airfield.

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11 Russian helicopters appeared at the Lunynets airfield, which is located 50 km from the Belarusian-Ukrainian border.

  • Ukrainian journalist and military expert Serhiy Zgurets wrote in detail about the joint exercises of the Russian and Belarusian military in an article dated January 9.
  • On January 14, it was reported that two more echelons with occupiers and equipment had arrived in Belarus.
  • On Thursday, January 19, residents of the Molodechne district of the Minsk region heard an explosion, which probably occurred due to the ignition of the engine in a Russian fighter jet.

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