Russia relocates 20 more anti-aircraft missiles from Belarus

The russian federation relocates 20 more anti-aircraft missiles from Belarus to use in the war against Ukraine.

This is reported by the Belarusian Hajun monitoring group.

The monitoring group recorded that on November 13, another IL-76 of the Russian Aerospace Forces had flew to Belarus. The plane with the registration number RF-76605 landed at the Machulishchi airfield.

It is noted that after arrival, the plane stayed at the airfield for 2 hours and 10 minutes. After that, the plane flew to the Millerovo airfield (Rostov region, Russian Federation).

Earlier it was reported that in recent days, 8 IL-76 planes had flown from Russia to Machulishchi. Most likely, the planes took missiles for the S-300/400 air defense system from Belarus.

Yesterday, 5 trawls were spotted heading towards the Machulishchi airfield, each carrying 4 missile containers for the S-300/400 system (a total of 20 missiles).

The Belarusian Hajun notes that the missiles are taken for further supply to the groups of the Russian Federation in the Luhansk and Donetsk sectors.

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