Large group of Russian fighters left Belarus

(ORDO NEWS) — Nine fighters of the Russian Federation left Belarus. At 1:30 p.m., the squadron took off from the Baranovichi airfield. This is reported by Belarusian Gayun.

The group included Su-34 and Su-30 fighters. They flew through the Mogilev region and crossed the border of Belarus with the Russian Federation. These planes spent 202 days on the territory of Belarus.

Later, around 14:00, a Russian Mi-24 helicopter took off from the “Machulishch” airfield. He went to the Seshcha airfield.

It is worth noting that this morning around 8:15-8:30 four Mi-8 helicopters and six Mi-24 helicopters of the Russian Air Force left the territory of Belarus. They landed at the Seshcha airfield in the Bryansk region.

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Russia has been using the territory of Belarus for strikes against Ukraine. In particular, Belarus regularly trains and rotates the Russian armed forces, as well as stores their equipment and weapons.


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