Belarus sets up new military town near border with Ukraine — Belarusian Hajun project
A new military camp is being built in Belarus near the border with Ukraine; previously, there were children's camps there, and until recently, a laser tag club
This was reported by the Telegram channel of the Belarusian Hajun monitoring group.
According to the source, the military camp of the Southern Operational Command will be built on the basis of 5 abandoned children's camps (Chaika, Ahaniok, Halaktyka, Litseishchyk and Liasnaya Paliana). The facility will be located in a tract near Novaya Buda village, Homiel district, near the border with Ukraine.
Investigators have determined that there is a Karsar active leisure club near the former Halaktyka children's camp. Here you can play laser tag, paintball, etc.
In November, the game club announced a relocation of the playground. Allegedly, a "complete reboot" is taking place. They did not disclose the reasons.
"The relocation of the playground of the Karsar club may be related to the construction of the military town. Therefore, our information about the construction site was additionally confirmed," Hajun writes.
Belarus continued joint military exercises with the Russian armed forces. They will last at least until December 18.
Earlier, the Ukrainian State Border Guard Service stated that the threat of a second Russian invasion from the territory of Belarus is currently low, all checkpoints have been mined.