More than half of the tents in the camp of the private military company Wagner in the village of Tsel near Osipovichi in Belarus have already been dismantled, and dismantling work continues. This was reported by the monitoring project "Belarusian Hajun" on Telegram.
"Active dismantling of tents continues in the Wagner PMC camp in the village of Tsel near Osypovychi, which began on July 28. According to our data, at the beginning of the dismantling, the camp had about 292 tents (including tents for household needs), and at the moment more than 160 units have already been dismantled, that is, 55%," the publication reports.
It is also noted that since the last satellite images on August 23, more than 60 more tents have been dismantled, and the most active period of dismantling was at the end of August.
As of September 8, approximately 130 tents remained in the Wagner PMC camp, or about 45% of the original number.
The "Belarusian Hajun" monitoring project indicates that the tents may be dismantled because fewer mercenaries arrived than expected and most of the tents became unnecessary.