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An Italian newspaper warns of a Russian weapon that "moves noiseless and irresistible"

An Italian newspaper warns of a Russian weapon that "moves noiseless and irresistible"   NATO intelligence warned NATO leadership against possible tests of Poseidon's underwater marching vehicle, Italian newspaper Repubblica writes.    The paper noted that the intelligence services' report referred to the multipurpose movements of the Belgorod nuclear submarine in the Kara Sea (a sea scattered from the Arctic Ocean in northern Siberia)

 



An Italian newspaper warns of a Russian weapon that "moves noiseless and irresistible"


NATO intelligence warned NATO leadership against possible tests of Poseidon's underwater marching vehicle, Italian newspaper Repubblica writes.


The paper noted that the intelligence services' report referred to the multipurpose movements of the Belgorod nuclear submarine in the Kara Sea (a sea scattered from the Arctic Ocean in northern Siberia)


 from which it is alleged that a marching nuclear torpedo could be launched.



The Italian newspaper states :


 "Poseidon can generate a radioactive tsunami capable of surveying major cities such as New York or Los Angeles from the face of the Earth."


The newspaper noted that the infrared satellites at the disposal of the United States did not see what was happening in the deep sea, because Russia's Poseidon was designed to emit a little heat and move from no noise at more than 100 kilometres per hour.


Repubblica wrote in this regard :


 "Even a simple announcement of tests can allow the Kremlin to demonstrate a unique tug-of-war capability with the West: a weapon against which there are no defences."


The multipurpose "Belgorod" nuclear submarine belongs to Project "Ante 949 A", a Kursk counterpart. It was specifically redesigned for the Poseidon system in project "09852".




This Russian submarine was launched in April 2019


while the other Khabarovsk submarine will become Poseidon's chief carrier, all the characteristics of this submarine are under wraps.


Russian President Vladimir Putin first announced the development of Poseidon in a State of the Union address in 2018, noting that these marching torpedoes could be equipped with conventional and They might use nuclear bombs to attack carrier groups, coastal defences, and infrastructure, among other objectives.



The Russian nuclear submarine "Belgorod" was designed to carry out special tasks and respond to enemy attacks.


  • According to The National Interest magazine
  • the mission of the Russian nuclear submarine К-329 "Belgorod"
  • which was received by Russian naval forces on 8 July
  • is to respond to enemy attacks
  • as well as to resolve scientific issues and carry out search and rescue operations. 
  • It is also equipped with deep-sea rescue vehicles and unmanned driverless vehicles.


The magazine adds :

"Nevertheless, the primary task of this submarine is to deliver the ultimate strike in the event of a nuclear war, by supplying it with long-range Poseidon nuclear bombs."


The magazine emphasizes that all the eastern coasts of the United States can become targets of the "Belgorod" nuclear submarine.



The Drive reported a while ago that the "Belgwood" 


nuclear submarine would allow Russian naval forces to assert control and domination over the Arctic and allow for the cutting of sea cables or the installation of information-gathering equipment.


What are the features of the new Russian


 "doomsday submarine"?


  • Russia has long uncovered the giant Bilgorod nuclear submarine
  • dedicated to carrying lethal weapons that the world has never seen before.
  • The submarine is 184 metres long
  • he world's longest nuclear submarine
  • and weighs about 14.7 tons
  • twice the weight of British Astout-class submarines.


This submarine can carry 6 small :

torpedo-shaped submarines carrying destructive nuclear warheads, which can remain in the water for long periods, striking water and coastal targets 600 miles away from the submarine's mother.


The submarine's basic technical and technical specifications remain highly confidential, but it is known that it will enter service in the Russian fleet in 2020, of which 7 will be obtained by the Russian naval forces in the next two to three years.