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Putin puts Russia on alert for nuclear weapons test and places east Russia on full lockdown after airstrikes on Ukraine are failing

by LLB political Reporter
5th Jun 22 10:46 am

Vladimir Putin has placed an entire region of Russia which is larger than the size of England, on full lockdown as Moscow are ready to test fire the Satan 2 nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) in the coming days.

Those living in eastern Russia have been told by Moscow to take immediate emergency action with all precautions as the test firing of the Satan 2 ICBM drill is a direct warning to the Ukraine, NATO and their allies.

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Putin is reportedly furious at the West for supplying Ukraine with state-of-the-art battlefield weaponry which is causing Russian forces to fail in taking control of Kyiv.

Officials in Kamchatka Krai, in Russia’s Far East, have warned of the closure of “the fall area for movements of people, equipment of all kinds, aviation flights, and tourist groups.”

Moscow are preparing to deploy the Satan-2, officially called the RS-28 Sarmat ICBM between 6 and 10 June in several areas of Russia’s far east.

The Satan 2 nuclear weapon will hit an area of 6,200 to 11,180 miles which shows a strategic weakness within the Russian military.

A statement said, “In the danger zone of the fall of the separating parts of the launch vehicle or its fragments, as well as in the event of an emergency in the field, are the eastern, southeastern part of the Tigilsky district, the southwestern part of the Karaginsky district and the northwestern part of the Ust-Kamchatsky district of the Kamchatka region.”

The UK’s Ministry of Defence (MoD) said, “Russian air activity has been largely restricted to deep strikes using air and surface-launched cruise missiles to disrupt the movement of Ukrainian reinforcements and supplies.”

The MoD added that these strikes alone “have failed to have a meaningful impact,” as “Russian stocks of precision-guided missiles are likely to have been significantly depleted as a result.”

After the 20 April launch, when Satan 2 was launched as the Kura testing range, close Putin ally Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos – highlighted the 26ft deep crater made at the Kura test site by the missile, which did not have a nuclear warhead fitted.

Rogozin said, “With a nuclear charge, such a crater at an enemy site will be…well, very large and very deep – and radioactive.

“And not just one, but exactly as many as the most powerful nuclear missile in the world will deliver to the territory of a fierce enemy.

“And we will soon have almost 50 such Sarmats [the missile is known in the West as Satan-2] on combat duty.

“It remains only to advise the aggressors to talk more politely with Russia.”

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