At least 721 missiles have been launched from the territory of Belarus against Ukraine since the beginning of the war
Flight restriction zone for flights of all types of civil aircraft (including UAVs) at altitude from 0 to 19,800 meters in the south of Belarus is extended according to NOTAMN O0403/23 from July 1 until October 1, 2023.
The restriction doesn’t apply to aircraft of the Belarusian Armed Forces and the State Border Committee of Belarus, as well as the aviation of the Ministry of Emergency of Belarus, which is used in extinguishing fires. The area of the restriction zone didn’t change.
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The ban on flights over the southern part of Belarus was introduced on February 24, 2022, with the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Missiles against the territory of Ukraine were launched exactly from the south of Belarus. Since the beginning of the war, at least 721 missiles have been launched from the territory of Belarus on Ukrainian cities.
The last missile launch against Ukraine from Belarus’ airspace was recorded on October 6, 2022.
Thus, the threat of missile strikes against the territory of Ukraine from the airspace of Belarus remains for at least another three months.