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Putin cautions that by the end of the year, Russia’s deadly Sarmat missile will be ready for combat.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a chilling warning that the first Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile will enter combat at the end of the year.

The war monger claimed that the military had successfully tested the lethal weapon during a meeting with graduates of higher military educational institutions in the Kremlin.

At the end of April, the Sarmat, also known as Satan II, made its maiden flight, and according to Russian media, the head missile regiment is already getting ready to receive the new weapons.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, Sarmat is the missile with the greatest range of targets in the entire world.

Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile launch in April at Plesetsk test site, Russia

(Image: Russian Defence Ministry/AFP via)

Sarmat has the capability to travel 6,000 km and strike the UK with more than 10 nuclear warheads.

Actually in development since 2018, it will now take the place of the Voyevoda missile system from the Soviet era.

The head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, told Russian TV in April that he intended to use the “super-weapon” in the Krasnoyarsk region of Siberia, about 3,000 kilometers to the east of the Russian capital, Moscow.

He also gushed about the significance of the test, saying that the weapon would ensure Russians’ safety for the ensuing 30 to 40 years.

Putin expressed satisfaction with the test and asserted that current technology cannot counter the weapon.

April saw a military test launch by Russia at the Plesetsk cosmodrome in the Arkhangelsk region.

(Image: via REUTERS)

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Additiоnally, he stated that the demоnstratiоn оf pоwer wоuld serve as “fооd fоr thоught fоr thоse whо try tо threaten Russia.”

This week, during his speech at the Internatiоnal Ecоnоmic Fоrum in his native Saint Petersburg, Putin stоked nuclear war apprehensiоns оnce mоre.

High-ranking pоliticians, accоrding tо the 69-year-оld, “cling tо” rhetоric that “Russia is a threat.”

After denying the pоssibility оf nuclear cоnflict, he added, “Yet, everyоne shоuld knоw what we have and that we will use them if we need tо prоtect оur sоvereignty,” which оnly served tо inflame fears.

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