Putin says Russian navy to get new hypersonic missiles soon

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Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a naval doctrine on Sunday. The 55-page document accuses the U.S. of seeking to dominate the world's oceans. It also extends Moscow's own ambitions into the Arctic Ocean. Putin delivered a patriotic speech urging Russia to defend its national security interests.
Published 4 months ago · Moscow, Russian Federation Photography tagesschau.de

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Putin says Russian navy to get new hypersonic missiles soon

Speaking on Russia's Navy Day in the former imperial capital of St Petersburg, Putin praised Tsar Peter the Great for making Russia a great sea power. Putin did not mention Ukraine directly. But the Kremlin chief said he had signed a new navy doctrine, the details of which were not published, and touted the Zircon hypersonic cruise missiles as unique in the world.

4 months ago·Mumbai, India
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On Navy Day, Putin Says US 'Strategy to Dominate World's Oceans' Main Threat to Russia

Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a new naval doctrine, which sets out strategic aims of Russia's navy, including its ambitions as a "great maritime power"

4 months ago·India
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On Navy Day, Putin says United States is main threat to Russia

President Vladimir Putin on Sunday signed a new naval doctrine which cast the United States as Russia's main rival and set out Russia's global maritime ambitions for crucial areas such as the Arctic and in the Black Sea.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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US, NATO Main Threats To National Security, Says New Russia Naval Doctrine

The United States' quest to dominate the oceans and NATO's expansion are the biggest threats facing Russia, according to a new Russian naval doctrine signed by President Vladimir Putin on Sunday.

4 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Putin threatens ‘lightning speed’ missiles and vows Russia will be ‘great maritime power'

VLADIMIR PUTIN has announced that the Russian navy will receive new hypersonic cruise missiles that can attack enemies with "lightning speed".

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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On navy day, Putin says United States is main threat to Russia

ST PETERSBURG, Russia (Reuters) -President Vladimir Putin on Sunday signed a new naval doctrine which cast the United States as Russia's main rival and set out Russia's global maritime ambitions for crucial areas such as the Arctic and in the Black Sea.

4 months ago·Malaysia
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