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 New counter-UAV systems to come in service soon, - Staff

During the last cease-fire (May 1-23), Russian occupation forces used UAVs 35 times, of which combat drones were used four times.

ATO Staff spokesman, Col Roman Drapak said at a press conference in Kramatorsk Crisis Media Center, Censor.NET reports citing Ukrinform.

"Recently, the enemy has been increasingly using UAVs. In the period between May 1 and 23, 35 instances of enemy drones' passes were registered, four of them involving combat UAVs," he said.

According to the colonel, Ukrainian troops in the area of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) take significant efforts to detect enemy drones and eliminate them.

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"If possible, we employ not only small arms but also air defense systems, in particular anti-aircraft guns," Drapak remarked.

In addition, the development of new counter-UAV systems is underway.

"Some samples are being tested at the moment," the spokesman noted.
 
 
 
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