Russian Military Instructors Arrive in Belarus For Force Training
Specialists Make for Byaroza Military Base
Recent historic photo of Russian and Belarusian troops cooperating.
Russian military instructors have arrived in Belarus to train Belarusian forces, according to a report by Ukraine's military National Resistance Center on Oct. 28.
Citing sources within the Belarusian underground, the Ukrainian military revealed that Russian specialists are heading to the military base in Byaroza, located in the Brest region in western Belarus, The Kyiv Independent reported.
The report states that these instructors are utilizing Russian fixed-wing reconnaissance drones, specifically the Supercam S100, S150, and S350 models.
Furthermore, the National Resistance Center claims that Russian forces are likely to continue their efforts to recruit Belarusians to join Russian troops in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
This recent development follows the National Resistance Center's previous report on Oct. 10, which detailed a planned false flag attack on Belarusian territory by Russian and Belarusian special forces. The intention behind this attack, as alleged by the center, is to falsely attribute it to Ukraine.
The center suggests that this plot involves a drone dropping munitions on an oil depot located in the town of Pryluki, near the Polish-Belarusian border. It is believed that this action is aimed at garnering increased domestic support for Russia's war among the Belarusian population.
However, the claims made by the National Resistance Center have not been independently verified by The Kyiv Independent.
The escalation of the deadly drone arms race between Ukraine and Russia has been a growing concern. Both countries have embraced the use of drones in warfare, signaling a shift towards the future of military operations.