Almost the entire contingent of the regional group of troops was withdrawn.
We can state that in July-August, there was a significant reduction in the number of Russian military stationed in Belarus. Field camps of the Russian Armed Forces at the Obuz-Liasnouski, Lepelski, and Asipovichski training grounds were liquidated, the military who were stationed there and were included in the regional group of troops left for Russia, and it was not a rotation.
However, according to our data, there are still military of the Russian Armed Forces in Belarus in the following locations:
- Mazyr (Bokau) airfield and Ziabrauka airfield — up to 600 people.
- Baranavichy radar station and the 43rd communication center in Vileika — up to 1450 people.
- Military personnel arriving for the CSTO drills — at least 100 people.
Location of the Russian Armed Forces Belarusian Hajun
In total, as of September 1, Belarusian Hajun estimates the number of Russian military stationed in Belarus at ~2100 people, and those included in the regional group of troops — 0.