Putin is ‘going nuts’ as images show massive anti-air guns surrounding palace

Nutty Vladimir Putin and his family are being "protected" against Ukrainian long-range attacks at his secret forest palace by a major anti-air gun defence system.

According to independent Russian news outlet Agentstvo Novosti, this includes a "personal rocket launcher set up for Putin and his relatives", while Images show a Pantsir-S1 air defence system installed near the presidential hideaway at Valdai in the Novgorod region, to the west of the country.

The report said that three servicemen were constantly on alert and that: "These air defence systems protect President Vladimir Putin and his family from a possible Ukrainian strike.

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"This conclusion can be drawn after the air defence system appeared near the Valdai presidential residence. There are simply no other sites for protection there, except for the residence."

The Russian dictator's lover, Alina Kabaeva, 39, is known to favour their forest home, with the couple believed to have a young family that are kept secret from the rest of Russia.

Jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny’s team has claimed the Valdai palace has a "personal beauty parlour" and cosmetologist's office, alongside a dentist.

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Putin has other boltholes, and it was revealed that a Pantsir-S1 complex was sited six miles from his official residence near Moscow.

The lakeside estate seen on drone footage included a stable, golf course, VIP restaurant with a cinema, bowling, a billiard room and even a mini-casino.

The Russians' decision to install missile defence at key locations follows Ukraine’s use of long range repurposed Soviet era drones to strike at the heart of the country.

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