Military expert Oleg Zhdanov explained why air strikes have become more frequent in the northern regions.

He said this on the air of his YouTube channel.

"The threat of a ballistic strike is a threat of missiles. Both from the territory of the Russian Federation and Belarus. So far, Belarus is "holding on" and hostilities are not taking place from the territory of Belarus. Aviation takes off, but does not strike. However, there is still the territory of the Bryansk and Kursk regions." , - says Zhdanov.

The expert recalled that the air-to-ground missile has a range of up to 300 km.

"Considering that the SU-35 needs 30-50 km to turn around in order not to fly into the airspace of Ukraine and not be shot down. That is why an air alert is more often declared selectively in the northern regions - Zhytomyr, Kyiv, Chernihiv, Sumy. Because the enemy planes can come close to the borders and launch missiles," he said.

If enemy "strategists" take off, for example TU-22 - missiles fly up to 600 km.

Then there is alarm in most regions. If the MiG-31 takes off, there is a missile 2,000 km away.

Then an air alert is announced in all regions.

Earlier, Oleg Zhdanov explained why roadblocks are being set up in one of the regions of Ukraine where there are no hostilities.

He also told whether the MiG-29 can intercept ballistic missiles.

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