Every day, Russian missiles strike not only military facilities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but also peaceful Ukrainian cities. On 27 June, the Russian Armed Forces fired two Kh-22 anti-ship missiles into central Kremenchuk, Poltava Oblast, hitting the Amstor shopping mall and the Kredmash road machinery plant. On 1 July, a Russian missile hit a residential building and two missiles struck a recreational centre in Serhiivka, Bilhorod-Dnistrovsky Raion, Odesa Oblast. The world was in shock. World leaders finally announced that Ukraine needed medium- and long-range heavy air defense systems to stop the missile terror launched by the Kremlin dictator.
Air Force spokesperson Yuriy Ihnat explains how Ukraine’s Air defense managed to survive the first Russian mass bombardment, how Ukraine’s omnipresent air alarms work, why Ukraine can’t shoot down the barrage of Russian missiles and what is needed to stop them from destroying Ukrainian cities.