here has been no decrease in the number of the vehicles yet.
According to the Belarusian Hajun monitoring group, in September, dismantling of the field camp of Wagner mercenaries in Tsel village near Asipovichy continued.
We recall that as of September 7, more than 160 tents out of about 292 tents (residential and for household needs), which were in the camp, were dismantled. From September 7 to September 8, at least 7 more tents were dismantled in the mercenaries’ camp. In total, as of September 9, there were 118 tents in the camp.
There was no dismantling of the tents in the camp on September 10-12. In turn, on September 13-16, at least 15 tents were dismantled. On September 19-25, no dismantling of the tents in the camp was recorded.
In total, as of September 25, about 103 tents (35%) out of 292 tents were left in the camp in Tsel village. In general, we can note that the process of dismantling the tents in the camp is slow. There are breaks in work for several days.
Separately, we should mention the mercenaries’ vehicles. According to our observations, they were moved to the northern part of the camp, where tents were previously set up. There has been no decrease in the number of the vehicles yet.
We recall that the dismantling of the camp of PMC Wagner in Tsel village began in late July, two weeks after the beginning of the active transfer of mercenaries to Belarus. This may mean that the planned number of mercenaries of about 8000 people just didn’t arrive in Belarus.
It’s possible that part of the mercenaries may be sent to barracks on the territory of the former military town in Tsel village and to the Asipovichski training ground, where the construction of field accommodation sites was previously observed.