Belarus resumes joint military exercises with Russia. They last until June 4th.
Belarus resumed joint military exercises with the Russian armed forces. They last until June 4th. It is reported That’s Belarusian on Telegram.
It was noted that May 27-28 will be days off for some landfills, while others will continue to work without interruption, such as Domanovo, Lepelsky and Obuz-Lesnovsky.
The exercises at the Belarusian training ground will continue from May 29 to:
227 combined-arms training ground Borisovsky (Borisovsky district) until June 3;
Polygon Gozhsky 6 ombr. (Grodno region) until June 4;
Polygon Brest 38 odshbr. (Brest region) until June 4;
Osipovichsky polygon 51 apr. (Osipovichi district) until June 4;
212th aviation training ground Neman (Novogrudok district) until June 2;
230th combined-arms training ground Obuz-Lesnovsky (Baranovichi district) until June 4;
174 training ground of the Air Force and Air Defense Forces Domanovo (Ivatsevichi district) until June 4;
Polygon Lepelsky 19 Ombr. (Lepelsky district) until June 4.
The exercises have been extended from April 29. In total, they have been going on for 57 weeks.
The monitoring group notes that the armed forces of Belarus are improving their skills, becoming better prepared for defense, but are still not ready for offensive operations due to the lack of real combat experience.
It should be reminded that on May 25 the defense ministers of Russia and Belarus signed documents on the deployment of tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of Belarus. Lukashenka said that Russia’s nuclear weapons have begun moving to Belarus.
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