Ukraine. Russian rocket launchers, missile systems at the airport in Belarus. Analysis of satellite images

Bloggers from the Belarusian Hajun project monitoring the movements of troops and weapons in Belarus reported on Monday about the large number of Russian missile systems at the Ziabrowka airfield in the Gomel region in Belarus. According to them, this may mean that preparations for a “massive” attack on Ukraine are underway.

“Thanks to the photos taken from outer space, our team was able to make an up-to-date and complete overview of all equipment and facilities that are currently in Ziabrovka” – bloggers wrote.

According to them, the airport has 10-14 S-400 Triumf missile systems, three Kasta 2E2 and 48Ja6 Podlot radar stations, and two Pancir missile systems. There is also an ammunition warehouse with missiles for the S-300 and S-400 systems.

Bloggers from the Biełaruski Hajun project write that the Il-76 planes of the Russian armed forces deliver rockets for the S-400 systems to the Gomel airport, and from there they are taken to Ziabrowka.

The S-400 Triumf is the most technologically advanced Russian anti-aircraft missile

Preparations for a “massive missile attack” in Ukraine

The analysis of the photos, according to the blogging team, suggests that “preparations are underway for a massive rocket attack on the territory Ukraine in the coming weeks. “The last time such an attack from the territory Belarus took place on July 28.

Last Thursday, Biełaruski Hajun informed about a series of explosions at the Ziabrowka airport. The Belarusian defense ministry denied the information about the explosions, adding that an engine of one of the machines caught fire there.

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