“Pantsir-S1” also appeared on the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Moscow: what scared the occupiers so much

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Pantsir-S1 also appeared on the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Moscow: what scared the invaders so much

The Russian “special operation” continues according to plan – the invaders abandoned the idea of ​​seizing Ukraine in a few days and began install air defense in Moscow. Another “Shell” was seen on the roof of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The corresponding photo was published by Ukrainian activist Sergei Sternenko. The Kremlin instructed the Ministry of Defense to prepare for an attack by Ukrainian drones.

Another Pantsir-S1 appeared in Moscow

On the roof of the building of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia air defense complex “Pantsir-S1” appeared. Previously, the same one was installed on the roof of the building of the Ministry of Defense of the aggressor country and on other Moscow houses.

Moscow, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Air Defense,” Sternenko wrote.Air defense systems are placed in densely populated residential areas, mainly near airports and airfields. Another complex was installed near the residence of the Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin in Novo-Ogaryovo near Moscow.

Air defense was installed on the building of the Ministry of Internal Affairs/Photo from Sergey Sternenko's telegram

occupiers are afraid Ukrainian drones

According to Bloomberg, the Russian authorities ordered the deployment of air defense systems in Moscow and its environs after several drone attacks in the central part of the country. Local residents recently posted on social media a series of photos of cranes hoisting Pantsir systems onto rooftops in downtown Moscow. In addition, defense installations have been installed in a western suburb close to the official residence of President Vladimir Putin.

Last month, drones attacked military bases in Saratov and Ryazan, about 500 kilometers from Moscow. Russian officials familiar with the situation, on condition of anonymity, said that this was reflected in the Kremlin's decision on air defense. According to them, the new systems will complement the existing anti-missile systems installed around the capital.

Russia has traditionally accused Ukraine of attacks on its bases. Despite this, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine did not officially confirm their involvement. Kremlin speaker Dmitry Peskov forwarded the issue of deploying systems to the Ministry of Defense. Also in Russia, they began to check bomb shelters throughout the country, which, more than 30 years after the end of the Cold War, became abandoned.

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