Russians Are Afraid that “Iskanders” in Belarus Will be Next after Belgorod

Russian “Iskander” (NATO: SS -26 “Stone”) short range ballistic missile systems in Belarus / Open source photo
Russian “Iskander” (NATO: SS -26 “Stone”) short range ballistic missile systems in Belarus / Open source photo

Therefore, they finally decided to cover the positions of their “Iskander” (NATO: SS -26 “Stone”) short range ballistic missile systems with the help of S-300 (NATO: SA-10) long-range SAMS

Yesterday we reported that in the morning April 1 two unknown helicopters struck an oil depot in Belgorod, russia. The russians claim that they were Mi-24 (NATO: Hind) helicopters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Ukrainian official structures do not confirm or deny this information.

It seems that after Belgorod, the russian cowards came to this conclusion - the next blow could be inflicted on the territory of Belarus, where the russian "Iskanders" are located. Therefore, they say, it is necessary to immediately strengthen air defense in the temporarily occupied Belarusian territory.

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Defense Express / Interestingly, in this case, the russians did not trust their Belarusian
Interestingly, in this case, the russians did not trust their Belarusian "colleagues" to cover the "Iskanders"/ illustrative photo from open sources

According to Defense Express information, the transfer of additional missile systems of the russian army to Belarus is recorded. In particular, three “Iskander” missile systems and two S-300 anti-aircraft missile systems to cover them were detected in the Gomel region.

The moment is significant, so far the russians did not even consider it is necessary to create positional air defense areas to cover their missile defense system, but now Ukrainians know where the occupiers’ positions are located in Belarus. The russian invaders have every reason to fear a new, devastating retaliatory attack by the Ukrainians.

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"Iskander" - a new potential target for retaliation from the Armed Forces of Ukraine / illustrative photo from open sources
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