If Burevestnik nuclear-powered missile flies, Russia will get its own Chornobyl or Hiroshima - military expert Zgurets
Defense Express CEO Serhiy Zgurets says that the Russian nuclear-powered Burevestnik missile does not fly at all
He said this on Espreso TV.
"As soon as something goes wrong with the Russian troops on the front line, the nuclear issue immediately comes up. The Burevestnik is a sign that the Russian leadership is still worried about the situation on the front line. The enemy still has an important factor of pressure on our European partners to speculate on the nuclear issue. Indeed, the topic of the nuclear Burevestnik is resonant," explained Zgurets.
According to the expert, Burevestnik is the first missile to have a nuclear engine.
On September 1, the Russian strategic missile system Sarmat was allegedly put on alert.
Photos from a Russian base in the Arctic show that Russia may be preparing to test an experimental intercontinental ballistic missile.