KIEV.- No one knows his identity, but they have nicknamed him on social networks “The Ghost of Kiev”. Mysterious pilot flies in the Ukrainian sky A Mikoyan MiG-29 fighter jet brings hope to homes under siege. His exploits have gone viral, some say Three Russian planes were shot down, and six more.
However, there is no official confirmation of the existence of this pilot. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post A true hero – or many others – or a legend designed to elevate the morale of the Ukrainians Russian invasion.
Former President of Ukraine Pedro Poroshenko He joined forces with civilian fighters in Kiev today in response to the expected occupation of the Ukrainian capital by Russian troops. Has released a photo of the so-called “ace” of the aircraft.
“In the photo, the MiG-29 pilot. The ghost of Kiev. Fear the enemies and make the Ukrainians proud, he has 6 victories against the Russian pilots! With such powerful defenders, Ukraine will surely win! The former leader wrote,
Meanwhile, social networking users shared videos on different platforms this Friday about the MiG-29 – a fourth-generation fighter jet designed in the Soviet Union in the 1970s known as the Fulkrum in NATO – flying over the skies of several Ukrainian cities.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has fueled these rumors. “Dozens of experienced military pilots, previously expelled from reserves, are returning to the Air Force. Who knows, one of them might be the aerial revenge on the MiG-29, which Kiev residents often see.He wrote in a tweet,
It didn’t take long for the memes to appear, and there has been a lot of discussion on social media about the existence of this statue. Symbol of the Ukrainian opposition.
The Ukrainian security forces said seven planes had been shot down on Thursday. Therefore, One in six of these seven homicides is unlikely to have been committed by a pilot, As the struggle erupted across the country. However, there is no denying that the image of this hero – whether real or imaginary – is a beacon of hope for the Ukrainians in the dark.
“I wholeheartedly want the ‘Ghost of Kiev’ stories to be true,” one user wrote on Twitter.
“Introvert. Thinker. Problem solver. Evil beer specialist. Prone to fits of apathy. Social media expert. Award-winning food fanatic.”