Russia: Sarmat Missile: “It will ensure the safety of my children and grandchildren for the next 30-40 years”
Last week, she announced the launch of her new “Sarmat” nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile.
Dmitry Regozin: Russia’s historic test of Sarmat nuclear crossing “The missile will ensure the safety of Russian children and grandchildren for the next 30-40 years,” he said. Russia’s new ballistic missile is said to be technically advanced and capable of withstanding advanced missile defense systems.
The “Sarmat” intercontinental ballistic missile carries 15 nuclear warheads; It can fly up to 35,000 km and attack. Russia has warned the United States to stop sending more weapons to Ukraine. Russia’s ambassador to Washington, Anatoly Antonov, has said in the past that the United States has sent a large number of weapons to Ukraine. He also told Russia 24 television that the United States should refrain from engaging in such acts.
It should be noted that such arms support from the United States will only aggravate the situation, he said. Earlier in April, US President Joe Biden announced that he would provide an additional $ 800 million in military aid to Ukraine, reports Ilna News.