Majority of russian anti-aircraft missile systems concentrated along front line in the East — Ihnat
The majority of russian anti-aircraft missile systems are concentrated along the front line along the eastern axis.
Yurii Ihnat, Spokesperson of the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine made this statement at a briefing at Media Center Ukraine — Ukrinform.
“As for air defense, any airfield, any military facility has at least basic anti-aircraft defense, such as anti-aircraft guns and, possibly, some air defense systems of the ground forces. So, do they have defense at airfields? Obviously they do. Because airfields are something to protect. But I have no doubt that their capital is the most guarded (location), putin’s bunker is the most guarded (location), and probably more than one (of putin’s bunkers). The majority of anti-aircraft missile systems are still concentrated at the contact line along the eastern axis,” — Ihnat said, answering the question whether the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine had information that the enemy had been beefing up their air defense near russian airfields.
He also noted that “there are, surely, russian anti-aircraft missile systems in belarus, and along the border, in fact, there are some in bryansk region and the situation is clearly the same in occupied Crimea.”
“However, the majority of these systems are concentrated at the contact line along the southeastern axis — BUK-M1, M2, M3, Tor, Pantsir, S-300, S-350, S-400. This is the axis, where these systems are observed the most,” — the Spokesman said.
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