21 June 2018, Thursday, 18:57

Russian Military Police Patrol Vorsha


Nothing was reported about the deployment of the Russian military in the Vorsha district.

On Monday, September 11, a vehicle with the Russian military police was spotted in Vorsha. The first time it happened around 4 p.m. — orsha.eu reported that this car was parked in Mahileuskaya Street near the MartInn store. The car just stood at the local parking lot, but eyewitnesses did not see anyone getting out or into it. The second time the same car was noticed was in 40 minutes (about 4.40 p.m.), when it parked in the Lenin Street at the parking lot opposite the museum of Karatkevich.

Even earlier — a few weeks ago — the same or a similar car was also seen in the Zadneprovya area. Military police should monitor compliance with the law and discipline in the ranks of the Russian army, so the question arises what the police were monitoring in Vorsha, considering that nothing was reported about the deployment of the Russian military in the Vorsha district.

Important to note, the Russia-Belarus military exercises West-2017 will start in September in the territory of Belarus. A record number of rail cars — more than 4 thousand — was involved to transfer the Russian contingent. Many politicians and military experts believe that Russian troops will remain in Belarus after the exercises.

A number of firing grounds at the territory of Belarus will be involved into the exercises: near Lepel, Barysau, Vitsebsk, Asipovichy, Ruzhany and Damanava. It was also reported that the reids at the “terrain compartment” near Dretun had been planned.

The Warning Action demanding the abolition of the exercises West-2017 took place at 7 p.m. on September 8 in the Kastrychnitskaya Square in Minsk.