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Air defences are set up near Putin’s palace in latest sign leader fears direct strike from Ukraine


Major air defences have been set up close to Vladimir Putin’s forest palace just days after missiles were deployed near his official residence near Moscow in the latest sign that the Russian leader fears a direct strike on Russia from Ukraine.

A Pantsir-S1 defence system has been deployed near Putin’s Valdai presidential palace in Yascherovo, a village midway between Moscow and St Petersburg.

Similar systems have been deployed to Putin’s official residence in Novo-Ogarevo in the past week, evidently to protect him from Ukrainian drones or missiles.

Russia has also deployed the Pantsir-S1 and S-400 ‘Triumf’ air defence systems across Moscow amid evident fears of a full-scale attack on the capital city from Ukraine.

A Pantsir-S1 defence system has been deployed near Putin's Valdai presidential palace in Yascherovo, a village midway between Moscow and St Petersburg

Similar systems have been deployed to Putin's official residence in Novo-Ogarevo in the past week

A Pantsir-S1 defence system has been deployed near Putin’s Valdai presidential palace (left) in Yascherovo, a village midway between Moscow and St Petersburg. Similar systems have been deployed to Putin’s official residence in Novo-Ogarevo in the past week…



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