Russian Pantsir-S air defense missile systems activated in Libya due to threat of new attacks by Turkey

Khaftar's army activated the Russian Pantsir-S air defense missile systems against the background of the threat of new Turkish strikes.

In Libya, for the first time in six months, the Russian Pantsir-C1 anti-aircraft missile and cannon systems were activated, expecting possible attacks from Turkey. Video footage made by the forces of the Libyan National Army, in which you can see the activated Pantsir-S air defense missile system, about 1 kilometers from Tripoli, testifies to the bringing of the Pantsir-S140 air defense missile system into combat readiness.

Today ZRPK "Pantsir-S1E" on the territory of Libya are available only to the Libyan National Army, led by the forces of Haftar. At the same time, given the fairly peaceful situation in the region, it remains unknown why the risks of new Turkish strikes on the LNA forces appeared, although the fact that the activation of air defense systems is associated with this has already been confirmed by representatives from the LNA forces.

Earlier in Libya, the Pantsir-S1E air defense missile system demonstrated extremely high efficiency in the fight against the Turkish Bayraktar TB2 attack drones, destroying about 30-40 drones, although at the same time several complexes that, as it turned out, were not activated or had used up their ammunition. were destroyed and captured by the forces of the Government of National Unity

The author, have you decided already, "Pantsir-S", "C1" or "C1E"?)



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