In the sky over Kyiv Region, the Armed Forces shot down an enemy missile (VIDEO)

Su-27 shoots down a Russian missile with an air-to-air missile
Su-27 shoots down a Russian missile with an air-to-air missile
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Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: July 16 2022 at 08:36 am

In the Belotserkiv district of the Kyiv region, the Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces shot down a Russian missile.

Oleksiy Kuleba, the head of the Kyiv regional state administration , announced this in a telegram .

"This evening, an enemy missile was shot down in the sky of Bilotserkiv district by the Air Forces of Ukraine. There are no victims or destruction in advance. Debris fell into the field," Kuleba wrote.

He added that the information is being clarified, relevant services are working.

Meanwhile, military sources released a video of a Ukrainian Su-27 shooting down an enemy missile with an air-to-air missile.

About Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces

The Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces is a type of armed forces armed with fighter, bomber and transport aircraft, as well as anti-aircraft missile forces and radio engineering forces. The Air Force in this form was created in 2004 by merging two types: the Air Force and the Air Defense Forces of Ukraine.

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