In total, the drills have been extended for 61 weeks.
This is indicated by the schedule of drills at Belarusian training grounds. June 24-25 were days off for some training grounds, and other continue to work with no days off: Asipovichski, Obuz-Liasnouski, Liepielski, Damanava, and Nioman.
Another extension of drills at Belarusian training grounds Belarusian Hajun
The extension of drills at the Belarusian training grounds from June 26 is as follows:
- Barysauski training ground (Barysau district) until 01.07;
- Hozhski training ground (Hrodna district) until 30.06;
- Brestski training ground (Brest district) until 01.07;
- Asipovichski training ground (Asipovichy district) until 02.07;
- Nioman training ground (Navahrudak district) until 02.07;
- Obuz-Liasnouski training ground (Baranavichy district) until 02.07;
- Damanava training ground (Ivatsevichy district) until 02.07;
- Liepielski training ground (Liepiel district) until 02.07;
This is another extension of the drills for a week since April 29, 2022. In total, the drills have been extended for 61 weeks.
The Belarusian Armed Forces are improving their skills and becoming more prepared for the defense, but they’re still not ready for any offensive due to a lack of real combat experience.
The Belarusian Hajun monitoring group continues to monitor all the activity of the Russian and Belarusian Armed Forces on the territory of Belarus.