About 2,000 Russian troops are stationed in Belarus - Belarusian Hajun project
As of October, there were about 2,000 Russian troops in Belarus. At the same time, there has been no increase in the number of Russian army soldiers
Belarusian Hajun monitoring project reported the information.
According to their data, in September, the situation with the Russian military contingent in Belarus did not actually change. There was no increase in the number of Russian armed forces and there are no prerequisites for a significant increase in the number of Russian troops.
However, a part of the Russian military continues to be stationed in Belarus at the Mazyr (Bokau) and Ziabrauka airfields - up to 600 people, as well as near the Baranavichy radar station and the 43rd Vileika communication center - up to 1450 invaders.
In total, as of October 1, the Belarusian Hajun estimated the number of Russian troops in Belarus at approximately 2000.
- In July, another rotation of Russian troops took place in Belarus. Russia withdrew almost all of its troops that were on the territory of Belarus, but Ukraine’s State Border Guard Service did not rule out the possibility that Russia could deploy its units there again.
- On October 8, Belarus once again extended joint military exercises with the Russian armed forces until at least October 15. The total duration of the exercises is 76 weeks.