Nuclear missiles, along with their remaining tanks, were paraded in Moscow’s Red Square. The parade, which marked Russia’s 77th annual Victory Day, also featured a giant thermonuclear missile and smaller Iskander-M missile launchers.
The thermonuclear RS-24 Yars ballistic missile carries as many as ten warheads. It weighs slightly less than 50,000 kilograms and can travel as fast as 24,500 kilometers per hour. Also known as the ‘monster missile’ is said to have the capability of hitting targets at a distance as far as 12,000km.
It comes several weeks after Russia’s foreign minister gave an interview in which he stated in no uncertain terms that a nuclear Third World War is a possibility and that by providing Ukraine with weapons, NATO has already fired the first shot.
Additionally, Russian newscasters are laughing on camera while reporting on the potential of nuclear armageddon. In March, Israel365 reported that Russia issued a chilling threat to attack the West with nuclear weapons if NATO forces enter Ukraine.
In March, Russia has issued a chilling threat to attack the West with nuclear weapons if NATO forces enter Ukraine.