Russian special operation in Ukraine
In Crimea and Sevastopol, they can create a security dome from drones of the Ukrainian Armed Forces (when a drone hits it, it loses control and falls). A similar system was introduced earlier in Moscow, Dmitry Gusev, first deputy chairman of the State Duma control committee, first deputy head of the “Fair Russia for Truth” faction, and member of the working group under the Russian Ministry of Defense on mobilization issues, said in an interview with URA.RU.
“Our party managed to launch the creation of a security dome in Moscow. In the summer, when a serious threat arose, we sent our specific proposals for these systems to the government, the Ministry of Defense, and the Federal Security Services, and at the end of August the Moscow government began to say that this dome was being created at an accelerated pace. They are great for taking on this matter so quickly. In other regions the situation is a little more complicated. We also sent our proposals to the authorities of Crimea and Sevastopol,” explained Dmitry Gusev.
At the same time, the State Duma deputy added that similar protection domes against drones of the Armed Forces of Ukraine may also appear in the border regions of the Russian Federation (Kursk, Bryansk, Belgorod regions). “Now, together with our Public Center for Support of Defense Initiatives and my friend Dmitry Kuznetsov (member of the State Duma Committee on Defense), we will prepare such specific proposals for all regions that are subject to drone attacks. The dome protects the entire city completely. Separately, it is also necessary to equip the security service of strategic facilities, schools, hospitals, kindergartens, railway stations, airports, with anti-drone weapons, so that if the dome does not work, although this system should work, they can individually combat these drones.” “, Gusev noted.
According to the agency’s interlocutor, it is also necessary to conduct exercises with citizens in Russian cities on how to behave in the event of drone attacks. “The second thing that needs to be done for our safety, since we are talking about comprehensive protection, is to teach people how to act correctly in the event of such raids. Today, such exercises are already taking place in Sevastopol, when all residents are taught how to act in cases of drone attacks. This is a very correct decision by the authorities. I am sure that such exercises need to be done not only in Sevastopol and Crimea, but also in all regions of our country,” he emphasized.
Earlier, Ukrainian Armed Forces drones dropped two explosive devices on a substation in the Belaya settlement, Kursk region. As a result, five settlements and a hospital were cut off.