From Russia to the border with Belarus, according to eyewitnesses, moving cars similar to police cars, unmarked. About this in Facebook the evening of August 16, said the investigative group Conflict Intelligence Team (CIT).
“The information about the transfer of personnel of Regardie towards Belarus seems to be confirmed”, – stated in the message.
The group reviewed information from a variety of sources, which was published August 16.
CIT reportedthat Telegram channel Paris Burns posted a video with the columns of trucks with bars on the Windows.
“Some of these trucks are identical to the transport OMON of Regardie (called colloquially “paddy wagon”), which is normally present on mass events in St. Petersburg. Another, apparently, also applies to Regardie, although the photos in Saint-Petersburg to find him failed. It is noteworthy that the cars do not exist any marking (red stripe with the inscription “Asgardia”, the blue bar with the inscription “Police”, the inscription “OMON”, logos), as well as license plates. In the description of the video says that they were shot in the Leningrad region, and the technique is moving from St. Petersburg in the Meadow. We were able to confirm this information geolocation”, – stated in the message.
The group then noted that the shooting location is more than 400 kilometers from the border with Belarus, towards which the technology is moving in the video.
“So we can’t be sure what it says about sending the personnel of Regardie in Belarus”, – stated in the message.
Later colon on the road St. Petersburg- Pskov, said the reader to the edition to”Fontanka”.
“In four hours the way, we met about 30-40 trucks moving without numbers. There were more machines like Hummer. Part of the military color part, like a Riot. All without numbers,” – said an eyewitness.
He sent to the editor pictures of the equipment. In a press-service of the Western military district told the publication that “presents models of equipment are not armed forces forces of the County”.
CIT also noticed that the Russian journalist Vasily Maximov Twitter has published a video that, according to him, he sent a colleague from the Smolensk region.
“It sent a colleague from the Smolensk. He saw what was inside the men in black uniforms without insignia [moving] in the direction of the Republic of Belarus”, – wrote the song.
Today, Peter in the direction of Luga (and Belarusian border, respectively) was spotted a convoy of trucks without numbers and symbols. And it sent a colleague from the Smolensk. He saw inside people in black uniform without insignia in the direction of RB. pic.twitter.com/ULEtpmdFR9
— vasily_maximov (@maximov_vasily) August 16, 2020