The vehicles in the convoy mostly have license plates of the so-called LNR.
This is the second convoy with Prigozhin’s mercenaries that has arrived in Belarus in a day. According to our data, it consists of 90-100+ vehicles. The convoy is larger than the previous one spotted this morning. Now the convoy is moving from the border with Russia (Dubovichka checkpoint) towards Asipovichy along the R43 highway, and then along the M5 highway.
According to our data, now the convoy is moving from the M5 highway to Tsel village, where the camp of PMC Wagner is located. The vehicles in the convoy have license plates of the so-called LNR, less often – of the so-called DNR and Russia, some of the vehicles have no license plates at all
Each of the vehicles in this convoy has a glued piece of paper with a number on it. Among the vehicles: vans (Bukhanka), pickups with open trunks, several buses, semi-trailer trucks, cars (Lada and KIA), a few fuel trucks and Ural trucks with trailers. The convoy is escorted by the Belarusian traffic police.
Photos of the 5th Wagner convoy that arrived in Belarus were published by one of the Russian pro-military Telegram channels. As we said, we can see white papers with numbers on the vehicles (apparently numbering of vehicles in the convoy). It’s also seen that the vehicles either have license plates of the so-called LNR or have no license plates at all.