Another convoy of PMC "Wagner" arrived in Belarus: the media revealed details
The mercenaries of the Russian private company "Wagner," Yevgeny Prigozhin, continue to arrive in Belarus. After July 11, the third convoy with the "Wagnerites" entered the territory of the republic.
Their vehicles were moving under Russian flags and PMC symbols. This is reported by the monitoring Telegram channel "Belaruski Gayun" (to see the map, scroll to the end of the news).
"In the direction of Osipovichi and the camp in the v. Purpose on the M5 highway from Bobruisk right now is moving another large column of mercenaries of PMC "Wagner", - stated in a post dated 11:09 Monday, July 17.
According to statements of observers, in the composition of the column of "Wagnerites" was at least 20 vehicles of various modifications: UAZs "Patriot", pickup trucks, UAZ-452, construction equipment, buses, and trucks.
It is noted that the cars were moving with installed on them the aggressor country of the Russian Federation and its own symbols of the Russian private military company Prigozhin.
"According to the clarified data, this is at least the third convoy with mercenaries, which has arrived in Belarus since July 11. Apparently, as in previous days, the mercenaries are now moving to the field camp in the village of Tsel," reads the report.
The authors of the channel "Belaruski Gayun" asked Belarusians, if they know anything about the movement of the convoy of PMC "Wagner", to inform them through available communication channels.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, the State Security Service of Ukraine confirmed that at night on July 15, a large convoy of PMC "Wagner" entered the territory of Belarus. About 60 cars and trucks with license plates of "L/DPR" were heading towards Bobruisk and Osipovichi, escorted by the Belarusian state traffic police.
The speaker of the State Border Service, Andrei Demchenko, stated that the "Wagnerites" did not pose a threat to Ukraine from the direction of Belarus. At the same time, he admitted that the situation might change in the future.