On Saturday, August 24, Russia launched ballistic missiles Sineva and Bulava, reports the Russian Defense Ministry.
It is noted that the launch of the missiles was made from strategic submarines Tula and Yury Dolgorukiy in the polar region of the Arctic Ocean and from the Barents Sea.
According to the Russian Defense Ministry, the tests were carried out for educational purposes by the military form Chizha base in the Arkhangelsk region and Kura in Kamchatka. The missiles completed the flight and successfully hit the targets.
Bulava-30 is a solid-fuel ballistic missile used by Russian project 955 submarines. Sineva is a liquid-fueled submarine-launched ballistic missile. It can carry four warheads
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia will start developing medium- and short-range missiles.
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