Tsirkon missile systems soon to be delivered to naval forces
President Vladimir Putin has promised unparalleled new weapons for his nation’s military. Making the announcement during Russia’s Navy Day on Sunday, Putin said the Tsirkon missile systems would be delivered to naval forces within the coming months.
The biggest threats facing Russia
The declaration coincided with the ratification of a naval doctrine that says the determination of the US and its allies to “preserve their dominance in the world, including its oceans”, along with the expansion of NATO, are the biggest threats facing Russia.
Areas from which NATO “must move away”
Putin listed in his speech the areas that he considers untouchable and from which NATO must move away: “Our Arctic zone, the waters of the Black, Okhotsk and Bering seas, and the Baltic and Kuril straits […] We will guarantee their defense firmly and by all means.”
Tsirkon: the missile that the Russian Navy will soon carry
The missile that the ships of the Russian Navy will soon carry: the dreaded Tsirkon (also known as 3M22 Zircon), is a missile with terrifying characteristics.
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