In order to defend himself and his family, Putin erects “air defenses close to his secret forest palace.”
Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, has erected significant air defenses near his hidden forest palace to “defend him and his family” from long-range Ukrainian strikes.
The air defense system reportedly includes a “personal rocket launcher put up for Putin and his relatives,” according to the independent Russian news source Agentstvo Novosti.
The outlet’s photos show a Pantsir-S1 air defense system built close to the presidential hideout at Valdai in the Novgorod region, along with three soldiers standing nearby and a rotating radar tower.
According to the report, “These air defense systems shield President Vladimir Putin and his family from a potential Ukrainian strike.”
The air defense system suddenly materialized close to the Valdai presidential home, leading to the inference that this is the case.
Alternative than the dwelling, “there simply are no other sites for protection there.”
Drone footage of Putin’s lakeside residence reveals a stable, mini-golf course, VIP restaurant with a movie theater, bowling alley, billiards room, and even a small casino.
Putin’s “most secret official dacha,” or second residence, is so named.
Following a December attack on Engels-2 in the Saratov region by Ukraine using long-range drones modified from Soviet era technology that resulted in three deaths, Russia decided to construct missile defense at strategic locations.