Russia Holds Strategic Forces Drills With Launches of Ballistic Missiles

Posted October 28, 2017

On the occasion of the launch, three ballistic missiles were set off from submarines as part of the training to test the country's nuclear arsenal.

The Kremlin says President Vladimir Putin has taken part in major military drills and personally launched four ballistic missiles as part of the exercises. He said the exercises were routine and not directly linked to any worldwide developments, the Associated Press reported.

Russian Federation has conducted a test launch of its Satan 2 nuclear missile, which the country's defence ministry says is capable of wiping out an entire country with a single strike, The Independent reported.

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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.

Russian Federation recently conducted a test launch of its Satan 2 nuclear missile, which it says is capable of wiping out an entire country with a single strike.

"The training assignments were accomplished in full and all the practice targets were successfully destroyed", the ministry said. Earlier this month, Russian Federation conducted exercises involving intercontinental ballistic missile launchers.