In Belarus, not far from Minsk, a concentration camp for political prisoners is supposed to have been built. About it reported in a CNN report.
The facility was built recently near the village of Novokolosovo, which is located about an hour’s drive from the capital.
According to the TV channel, the camp was built on the territory of a former Soviet missile storage facility. Its area is about 81 hectares. The property includes barracks with barred windows and reflective glass. The territory is fenced with three rows of barbed wire fence with electricity. Surveillance cameras are installed along the perimeter, and a sign on the fence reads: “Forbidden border, no access.”
According to CNN, while the territory is empty, there are military guards inside.
Residents of the village, in conversation with journalists, called the object a “camp”. Two eyewitnesses told the TV channel that they saw military patrols in the area.
How notes TV channel Dozhd, in January the BYPOL project, which was created by the former Belarusian security forces, published an audio recording on which the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of the country Nikolai Karpenkov announced the decision to create a “camp for sharp-hoofed” Belarusian protesters. In the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Belarus, the recording was called a fake.