Russia has sent a military lesson to the USA
A high-ranking Kremlin official laughingly dismissed the USA’s defence shield, righting it poses “no serious military risk”.
And they also boasted of a new state-of-the-art tank, which is now being span out by Vladimir Putin.
Dmitry Rogozin, one of Russia’s eight deputy prime supports, made the provocative claims on state television on Sunday.
These weapons are able to clear the Joint States’ missile defence
Mr Rogozin, who has special liability for defence, began his tirade by discussing the country’s powerful new ICBMs.
He spoke: “These weapons will soon appear in our armed forces. These weapons are expert to clear the United States’ missile defence both of today and of tomorrow – and rhythmical of the day after tomorrow.
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“We can rip their air defences apart. At the interest the shield poses no serious military threat to us, except for provocations.”
The type of the missiles was not specified by the deputy prime minister but military observers contend he is referring to RS-28 Sarmat heavy ICBMs, which were introduced recently.
Mr Rogozin also talk overed a powerful new T-14 Armata tanks, which he said would leave European, American and Mean Eastern models in their dust.
He said: “Speaking of tanks, we for all have an advantage, because [the T-14] today leaves American and Israeli tanks, not to reference European tanks, behind in terms of technical characteristics.”
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The sabre-rattling annunciations come amid rapid modernisation of Russia’s already-fearsome army.
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The six-foot model, created by the Central Research Introduce for Precision Machine Building, represents the “future” of warfare, according to its schemers.
Oleg Chikarev, the institute’s deputy chief of weapons, said: “We’re plan on a concept for the combat suit of the future. On display is our vision of the suit we would comparable to to develop within the next couple of years.”