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Russia Tested Satan II Missile During Biden's Ukraine Visit And It Failed: Report

Russia Tested Satan II Missile During Biden's Ukraine Visit And It Failed: Report

US President Joe Biden visited Kyiv on Monday for the first time since Russia invaded Ukraine almost a year ago.
Russia tested an intercontinental missile on Monday while US President Joe Biden was in Ukraine and that appears to have failed, according to a report in CNN. It quoted two officials who said that Russia had notified the US in advance through "deconfliction lines". One of the officials added that the missile launch did not pose a risk to the US and it did not view the test as an anomaly or escalation. Mr Biden made a surprise visit to Kyiv with an intention to reaffirm America's "unwavering commitment to Ukraine's democracy, sovereignty, and territorial integrity", according to White House.

The missile that was tested during Mr Biden's visit was SARMAT - nicknamed the Satan II in the West. It was capable of delivering multiple nuclear warheads.

The missile has been successfully tested before and had this test worked, Russia's President Vladimir Putin would have highlighted it in his State of the Union address on Tuesday, CNN further said in its report quoting the officials.

One of the officials, however, clarified that the test was carried out just before Mr Biden reached Ukraine.

The Kremlin declined to comment on the missile test on Wednesday.

After Mr Biden left Ukraine, Russian intelligence agency director Alexander Bortnikov said that they gave no security guarantees to the US President during his unannounced visit.

"Indeed, the United States notified Russia about Biden's visit to Kiev - via diplomatic channels. But we gave no guarantees of his security," Federal Security Service (FSB) Director Bortnikov said in an interview with the Shot Telegram channel on Tuesday.

Mr Biden visited Kyiv on Monday for the first time since Russia invaded Ukraine almost a year ago. In Kyiv, he announced a half-billion dollars in new assistance, saying the package would include more military equipment, such as artillery ammunition, more javelins and Howitzers.
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Oleh 1 year ago
Russia begins nuclear war with shooting rockets from Belarus (Brest) firstly to Poland, secondly Germany and thirdly France on 10th April at 10 (13th anniverssary of catastrophe Tu-154 near Smolensk with president of Poland - Lech Kaczynski and all of his government)!!!
Brad 1 year ago
(CNN) Cartoon News Network.

Right Putin gave CNN top secret failure of Hypersonic missile.

Here is what we do know.
NASA has never been to the Moon:
Yes, The US Government Has Lied. If The Government's Lips Are Moving They Are Lying

I can tell you this:
•Ceramics melts 3,200 degrees
• Titanium and aluminum mix melts 1,900 degrees.

● No fuel, battery, parachute, ceramic tiles, titanium/aluminum, or electrical power could survive through 4,000 degrees or -455 degrees below zero (minimum)

( NOTHING WILL SURVIVE)

No metal can heat past a few hundred degrees without losing its durability. Space is a vacuum no fuel can burn off the planet because or another reason - 455 degrees below zero (minimum)

1. There is only 1 alloy that cannot be used is tungsten its electrical conduction.

2. Lead for radiation too much too heavy would melt. ( Space travel " NOT" possible


● Nasa Engineer Admits We Cannot Leave Earth
Oh ya 1 year ago
So nothing concrete that it failed but the criminal news network (cnn) THINKS It did. Maybe Putin is still playing chess as slow joe plays checkers as he falls going up the stairs to Air Force 1 AGAIN

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