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during a naval parade in Saint Petersburg, the Russian president assured that the fleet "is capable of inflicting a fierce response to all those who decide to attack our sovereignty and our freedom ”.

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Vladimir Putin announced on Sunday that it would equip the Russian fleet with a new Tsirkon hypersonic cruise missile "in the coming months. "

During a naval parade in Saint Petersburg, the Russian president assured that the fleet" is able to inflict a fierce response to all those who decide to attack our sovereignty and our freedom ", noting that his military equipment "Is constantly improved".

The leader cited, among other things, the "ultramodern hypersonic missiles Tsirkon which have no obstacle" and "have no analog in the world", adding that the scope of these rockets is practically unlimited.

Tsirkon cruise missiles belong to a family of new weapons developed by Russia that Putin describes as "invincible", with a maximum range of 1,000 kilometers. The new weapons have been tested since October 2020 and will be delivered to the armed forces in the coming weeks.

He said: "their delivery to the Russian armed forces will start in the coming months".

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