(Worthy News) – A U.S. Patriot air defense system was likely damaged but not destroyed on Tuesday morning during a heavy Russian missile attack on Kyiv, officials told the media.
According to one source, Washington and Kyiv were already discussing the repair of the system, Reuters said. At this point there seems to be no need to remove it from Ukraine, the report added.
The official also said that the U.S. would have a better understanding of the system’s condition in the coming days. Other U.S. officials told CNN that Russians have been able to pick up signals emitting from the Patriot, which allowed them to target the system with the hypersonic missile Kinzhal. They added that these attacks had happened before, but failed. [ Source: i24 (Read More…) ]
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