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Russia to adopt almost 50 Sarmat heavy ICBMs

Russia will adopt about 50 Sarmat strategic missile systems.

The head of the Roskosmos corporation, Dmitry Rogozin, announced that by the end of this year, the first serial Sarmat strategic missile systems will begin to enter service with Russia. In total, it is planned to put into service about 50 strategic missile systems equipped with heavy intercontinental ballistic missiles.

Dmitry Rogozin showed a video of the consequences of a Sarmat heavy strategic intercontinental ballistic missile strike on the Kamchatka missile range and stated that in the near future Russia would be armed with these missile systems, which should be taken into account by any country planning aggression.

"Kamchatka missile range. A crater from a hit by one of the training units of the Sarmat heavy intercontinental ballistic missile - simply put, "a crater from a blank." With a nuclear charge, such a funnel in place of an object (geographical object) of the enemy 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 fifty such "Sarmatians" on combat duty. It remains only to advise the aggressors to talk more politely with Russia.- said Dmitry Rogozin.

At the same time, it is known that testing of the newest Russian heavy ICBM "Sarmat" will continue until the end of this year.