The monitoring group reported that a field camp for 8,000 people had been set up in Belarus, probably, “Wagnerites” would be accommodated there.
Source: monitoring group ” Belarusian Gayun “
Literally: “A camp for about 8,000 people. A field camp has been built near Osipovichi, where, possibly, the Wagner PMC will be located.”
The BBC Verify edition received the latest satellite images of the territory of the former HF No. 61732 in the village. Target (Osipovichi district, Mogilev region) for June 30, 2023″.
Details: The footage clearly shows that the construction of the field camp has been completed.
The monitoring group calculated that there are about 298 tents in the photo: “You can see that these are M-30 tents, which can accommodate 30 people on average.”
Thus, places for 8,940 people are equipped, but not all tents are residential – there should also be places for household needs: toilets, showers, canteens, and the like.
Therefore, it can be said with certainty that the camp was set up for about 8,000 people. It is reported that these figures coincide with those announced earlier by the Russian edition of Nestka.
In addition, you can also see equipped fortifications in the northern part of the former military unit in the picture. At the same time, no construction or military equipment was seen in the picture.
Earlier it was reported that a military camp for Russian mercenaries was being built in Belarus.
- The Russian publication “Nimage” reported that in Belarus they began to build camps to accommodate militants of PMC “Wagner” after agreements with Alexander Lukashenko, who negotiated with Yevgeny Prigozhin.
- The State Border Guard Service of Ukraine denied this information . The State Border Guard Service noted that intelligence is carefully monitoring the situation in the country, which is an accomplice of the aggressor state of the Russian Federation.
- The self-proclaimed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said on June 27 that camps for the PMC “Wagner” are not being built in Belarus , but if necessary, “they will help with accommodation.”
- “We are not building any camps yet. But if they want (as I understand it, they are looking at separate territories), we will place them. Set up tents, please. But for now they are in Lugansk in their camps. We offered them one of the abandoned parts “Please – there is a fence, everything is there. Put up tents. We will help as much as we can. Until they decide what to do with them,” the Belarusian dictator said.
Source : Українська Правда