Two more Voronezh missile warning radar stations will be built in Russia, Sergey Boev, general designer of the missile attack warning system, told reporters at the Army-2022 forum.
“There is construction in the south, there is construction in the north. At the same time, two new directions are being developed with the installation of radar facilities and complexes – these are the Far East and the North-West, ” Boyev said.
In February last year, it became known that state tests of the Russian missile attack warning system (SPRN) had been completed.
The Russian early warning system solves the problems of detecting and obtaining trajectory data to form a warning about a missile attack on state and military command and control points. The ground echelon consists of stations of the Voronezh type. They create a continuous radar field around the territory of Russia to track ballistic targets.