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Putin announces plans to strengthen Russia's nuclear forces following suspension of START treaty
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced plans to strengthen the country's nuclear forces, including the deployment of a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) system with hyper-sonic missiles and new nuclear submarines. Putin has declared that Russia will withdraw from the New START treaty, the last remaining pact that regulates the world's two largest nuclear arsenals, and has threatened to resume testing nuclear weapons if Western nations do not cease their aid to Ukraine. In addition, Putin has revealed that the Sarmat ICBM is ready for combat deployment, and that Russia will mass-produce air-based hypersonic Kinzhal systems and sea-based Zircon hyper-sonic missiles. The new heavy missile has the potential to carry at least 10 multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles. Putin has stated that the Russian military is preparing for mass production of advanced equipment for the army, navy, and aerospace forces.
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