Over the seven months of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Lukashenka's regime has transferred more than 65,000 tonnes of ammunition to Russia, according to the investigative Telegram channel Belaruski Hajun.
The "aid" was delivered by rail. According to preliminary data, it took 1,940 wagons.
The maximum amount of ammunition was provided in April, that is more than 22,500 tonnes per month. At the time, the Russian armed forces were taking weapons from Yelsk, Kazyonak, Rechytsa, Khoyniki and Kalinkavichy.
Since July, an increase in supplies has been recorded again.
The activists also collected information about the stations and the amount of ammunition loaded at them.
In addition to these weapons, Lukashenka has also transferred tanks and other equipment to Russia. In the last few weeks alone, Russia has received at least 94 T-72A tanks and 36-44 Ural tanks.
As reported earlier, Ukrainian border guards have stepped up defence in case of invasion from Belarus and Moldova's breakaway Dniester region.
Iranian instructors were brought to the Belarusian territory, from where they coordinated mass launches of Shaheds to hit Kyiv Region, northern and western regions of Ukraine.