Russian state television threatens to remove ‘rough’ UK from map with new missile – Monet

Russian state television threatens to remove 'rough' UK from map with new missile - Monet

Vladimir Putin and a Sarmad missile next to presenter Vladimir Solovio at an event in May 2016 (Photo: Getty Images / Reproduction)

Vladimir Solovyov, a journalist and presenter of the Russian state-run channel, considered one of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin’s key spokesmen, has threatened to wipe Britain off the map with a Sarmad missile. Sarmat is said to be one of the largest weapons built by Russian authorities over the past few years by local scientists. With an intercontinental range, it is capable of carrying 10 to 15 thermonuclear warships and is estimated to be capable of destroying three megatons.

Solovio’s speech was reported by the newspaper New York Post: “A sarmat can mean a lesser UK because they are absolutely bad.”

Russian journalist Vladimir Solovyov (Photo: Getty Images)

Russian journalist Vladimir Solovyov (Photo: Getty Images)

The American press called him “Putin’s voice” when reporting on the journalist’s opinion. The talks come amid growing tensions between Russia and NATO member states, with supporters of Ukraine launching a Russian invasion of the country.

A few weeks ago, in another televised discussion on the Russian state channel, local analysts said that such a missile would be capable of destroying New York, dealing with the destructive power of Sarmat.

Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo: Getty Images)

Russian President Vladimir Putin (Photo: Getty Images)

The same New York Post, as one of the editors put it: “If 7.5 megatons were thrown into the so-called lawn of our allies, the word ‘partners’ would be so important that a city like New York would be bigger. The city will be destroyed. “

The commentator later added: “Completely destroyed by a rocket. Absolutely, nothing left. So it is better not to use it. Americans are always afraid of our missiles.

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Buildings in the Ukrainian capital Kiev bombed by Russian troops (Photo: Getty Images)

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