The first video of the “flares” at the Zyabrovka airfield in Belarus has appeared


A total of at least 8 outbreaks were recorded. It has not yet been possible to establish a connection between the outbreaks/explosions and any exercises of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Belarus.

The “Belarusian Gayun” monitoring group analyzed the night explosions and flashes on the territory of the “Zyabrovka” airfield and published the first video from the scene.

The recording was published in the Telegram channel of the group. It was taken at a distance of about 20-25 km from the airfield.

“A clear large flash is visible, not similar to an “engine fire”. According to detailed information, flashes and explosions in the area of the “Zyabrovka” airfield began around 00:20 on August 11, which in itself completely refutes the information of the Ministry of Defense of the Republic of Belarus”, – it is stated in messages


We will remind, the Ministry of Defense of Belarus announced that around 11:00 p.m. “one of the equipment caught fire.”

A group of the Russian Armed Forces with a significant amount of equipment is stationed at the airfield in Zyabrovka: about 10 units of the S-400 “Triumph” air defense system, two units of the “Pantsir” anti-aircraft missile system, and the presence of the “Iskander” OTRK. In addition, dug-in tanks and infantry fighting vehicles.

Based on the above information, the “Belarusian Gayun” group is considering several versions of “flaps” at a military airfield in Belarus. Yes, night training of the Air Force and Air Defense Forces with shooting could be held there; the airfield could be struck and destroyed by air defense systems; the shooting down of UAVs with the help of air defense was practiced; aircraft engine surge (least likely).


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