A large convoy of contaminated Russian equipment entered Belarus from the most radioactive part of the Chernobyl “exclusion zone” and the “city of nuclear scientists” Slavutych. Under the threat of additional radioactive exposure, residents of the Brest, Gomel, Minsk, and Mogilev regions.
The Russian army hastily leaves the Chernobyl “exclusion zone” after a series of incidents in the “Red Forest” (this is the most radioactive territory outside the fourth power unit of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant that exploded in 1986). For 4 weeks, dozens of Russian soldiers have already suffered from a severe form of radiation sickness due to exposure to radiation while digging in the contaminated areas around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, now they are being massively taken to the Gomel Center for Radiation Medicine (State State Institution “Republican Scientific and Practical Center for Radiation Medicine and Human Ecology” ).
All Russian equipment in the exclusion zone is also excessively “phonite” due to radioactive dust raised by caterpillars of armored vehicles and numerous damage to soil contaminated with radiation.
Any contact with equipment or soldiers arriving from the “exclusion zone” can lead to severe consequences for your health due to exposure to radiation. Therefore, in no case approach Russian military equipment, avoid any contact with the Russian military, and in no case buy or accept anything from them. Dry rations, clothes, belts, cigarette cases, money and any other items that have been in the “Red Forest” (especially metal ones) are potential “death capsules” with the strongest radiation. Such objects can cause a number of serious diseases with a fatal outcome (radiation toxemia, acute leukemia, cancer).