Russian Federation successfully tests nuclear-capable missiles

28 October, 2017, 00:33 | Author: Essie Rivera
  • Russia launches four ballistic missiles: reports

The Kremlin further said President Vladimir Putin was present there and himself test-launched the ballistic missiles.

Russian Federation has reportedly launched four ballistic missiles in a "strategic drill".

The rocket was sacked from the Plestek Cosmodrome spaceport, roughly 500 miles north of Moscow, ministry officials said.

A "Topol" intercontinental ballistic missile was sacked from the Plesetsk testing ground in the northwest of the country and three ballistic missiles were launched by two nuclear missile submarines (SSBNs), two from the Okhotsk Sea, north of Japan, and one from the Barents Sea, in the Arctic Ocean.

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A submarine of the Pacific Fleet fired two missiles which landed at the Chizha testing ground in northern Russian Federation, and a sub in the Barents Sea in the Arctic launched one missile at the remote Kura "impact area" on Kamchatka.

Three missiles were fired from submarines and one was sacked from a ground station at the Plesetsk cosmodrome, north of Moscow.

A statement from the defence ministry said they had "carried out an exercise to manage its strategic forces".

In September, Russia and Belarus had conducted massive war games that were also felt in some North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries, among those Poland and Baltics. Earlier this month, Russian Federation conducted exercises involving intercontinental ballistic missile launchers.

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