New missile systems brought to Belarus from Russia

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New rocket launchers brought to Belarus from Russia

The monitoring group recorded that two Il-76MD VKS of the Russian Federation arrived at Gomel airport at night, presumably from Pskov.

On Wednesday night, June 22, a new batch of Russian missile launchers for the S-300 air defense system was brought to Belarus. About it informs Belarusian Guyun.

The monitoring group recorded that two Il-76MD VKS of the Russian Federation arrived at Gomel airport at night, presumably from Pskov. The first one (registration number RF-76650) arrived at 3:30 am, the second one (RA-78845) arrived at 5:30 am.

It is reported that they brought at least 16 missiles and, presumably, one ZRPK Pantsir. It is noted that the rocket launchers were brought without tractors. The latter (type BAZ-6402) arrived at Gomel airport late in the evening on June 21.

The report notes that when the tractors drove along the street. Soviet in Gomel, the lights were turned off throughout the street.

At 06:25 and 08:00, the planes flew to Pskov, and at about 08:30 the brought equipment was taken in the direction of Rechitsa.

Earlier it was reported that Belarus extended the terms for checking the combat readiness of its army.

Recall that in the Gomel region of Belarus local schoolchildren are taught to shootusing shovels for this.

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