Sarmat Intercontinental nuclear missile: Russia shocks World with most invincible nuclear capable launch
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday that Russia has successfully tested link the Sarmat link ballistic missile link, saying the weapon capable of carrying nuclear charges will make Kremlin's enemies "think twice."
The Sarmat link -- dubbed Satan 2 by Western analysts -- is among Russia's next-generation missiles that Putin link has called "invincible," and which also include the Kinzhal and Avangard hypersonic missiles.
Last month, Russia said it used Kinzhal for the first time in warfare to strike a target in Ukraine, where Russian troops have been engaged in a special military operation since February 24.
"This truly unique weapon will strengthen the combat potential of our armed forces, reliably ensure the security of Russia from external threats and make those who, in the heat of aggressive rhetoric, try to threaten our country, think twice," Putin link said.
Russia's defence ministry said in a statement the test "successfully" took place at the Plesetsk cosmodrome in northern Russia.
According to the ministry, the missile link training warheads to the Kura test range of the Kamchatka peninsula, in Russia's Far East.
"Sarmat is the most powerful missile link the longest range of destruction of targets in the world, which will significantly increase the combat power of our country's strategic nuclear forces," the ministry said.
The Sarmat link superheavy intercontinental ballistic missile link is designed to elude anti-missile defence systems with a short initial boost phase, giving enemy surveillance systems a tiny window to track.