On Saturday morning, 10 Russian combat helicopters left the territory of Belarus, according to the Belarusian Hajun project, which monitors the activity of troops. The helicopters left the airport.
The helicopters left the military airport in Machuliszcze near Minsk. They headed south-east. Then they were spotted over the Mogilev region, where they crossed the border and flew into Russia, the Telegram of the Belarusian Hajun project was written.
Most of them spent 209 days in Belarus. They came to the country in January this year. Belarusian Hajun noted that the helicopters went to the Bryansk region in Russia, which borders Belarus and Ukraine. "This morning, the aviation group of the Russian Air Force in Belarus has significantly decreased. There is probably only one Russian helicopter left in the country," Telegram wrote.
Let us recall that although the Belarusian forces did not support the Russian army in the aggression against the neighboring country, the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka made its territory available to Moscow. At the end of February 2022, an attack was launched from Belarus to the north of Ukraine, including the Kyiv region. Russian units also fired rockets at Ukrainian cities from there, including civilian objects.
Let us recall that on August 1, two Belarusian helicopters violated Polish airspace near Bialowieza. Initially, the Polish military reported that no such activity was noticed on the radars. In the evening, however, the Ministry of National Defense stated that the violation had actually taken place, and initially the radars did not detect the machines, because the Belarusians were moving at a very low altitude.
Poland sent a note to Belarus about the violation of Polish airspace. It was assured that there is evidence in the document to prove this.
On Friday evening, Minsk confirmed that it had received a note from the Polish side, but according to the Belarusians, there is no "undeniable" evidence that the helicopters violated Polish airspace.