Russia announces its successful launch of the “invincible” missile

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The Mediterranean sea, and the target was hit by"direct hit".

The first official launch of the Tsirkon missile dates back to October 2020, and the Russian President considered Vladimir Putin Then that successful experience is "great event" to me "all of Russia".

Since then, experiments have been conducted from a frigate "Admiral Gorshkov".

In the midst of an atmosphere of tension with the West, Russia has announced over the past years that it has developed a number of weapons, which Putin described as… "Invincibility".

Tsirkon is included in these weapons, and its range can reach 1,000 km. It is planned to equip warships and submarines of the Russian Navy with this missile.

Russia boasts of developing a number of weapons "indomitable", between Kingal missile Air Force Supersonic Missile "Purvestnik" Winged nuclear engine.

In December 2019, the Russian army In service for the first time missiles "Avangard" Supersonic and able to change direction and altitude.

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The Russian military said in a statement that it had fired the missile at a sea target in the waters of Russia The Mediterranean seaThe target was hit by a direct hit.

The first official launch of the Tsirkon missile dates back to October 2020, and the Russian President considered Vladimir Putin Then this successful experiment is a “great event” for “all Russia”.

Since then, tests have been conducted from the frigate “Admiral Gorshkov”.

Amid an atmosphere of tension with the West, Russia has announced over the past years that it has developed a number of weapons, which Putin described as “indomitable.”

Tsirkon is included in these weapons, and its range can reach 1,000 km. It is planned to equip warships and submarines of the Russian Navy with this missile.

Russia boasts of developing a number of “indomitable” weapons, among them Kingal missile Air Force supersonic missile and “Porvestnik” winged missile with a nuclear engine.

In December 2019, the Russian army In service for the first time, the Avangard supersonic missile, capable of changing direction and altitude.







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