President: Ukraine needs a full-fledged sky shield

President: Ukraine needs a full-fledged sky shield

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Ukraine needs a full-fledged sky shield.

“Ukraine needs a full-fledged sky shield – this is the only way to defeat Russian missile terror. We have already shown that we can shoot down even the Russian missiles that the terrorists boasted about,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky posted on Telegram.

He noted that thanks to the help of partners and the air defense systems provided to Ukraine, the defenders of the sky had already saved thousands of lives.

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“But we need more air defense systems for our entire territory, for all our cities and communities. The world must not get used to Russian terror – terror must be defeated. And it is possible!” the President stressed.

Read also: Twenty-five architectural monuments damaged due to Russian attack on Odesa

As reported, according to the Operational Command "South", during the missile attack on the night of July 23, the enemy hit Odesa region with at least five types of missiles of all types of launch: Kalibr, Oniks, Kh-22, Iskander-K, as well as Iskander-M ballistic missiles. As a result, one person was killed and 22 people were injured, including four children.

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