War in Ukraine: Russia mobilizes its new nuclear submarine Belgorod, equipped with “torpedoes of the apocalypse”, NATO warns

According to Italian daily La Repubblica, NATO has warned its member states about Russia’s deployment of the K-329 Belgorod nuclear submarine carrying the Poseidon nuclear missile.

Belgorod, the longest submarine at sea, delivered to the Russian Navy in early July, is currently submerged in Arctic waters after being involved in the sabotage of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines. Republic.

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At 184 meters long, 18 meters wide and 9 meters high, NATO fears that Belgorod’s next mission will be to test the super-powerful Poseidon torpedoes, also known as “apocalypse torpedoes”. The latter is 24 meters long, 2.5 meters in diameter and weighs 100 tonnes.

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Equipped with nuclear propulsion and capable of carrying nuclear warheads, these are said to have a range of nearly 10,000 kilometers. L’Express. Equipped with a nuclear charge, Poseidon torpedoes strike close to shore “Radioactive Tsunami”.

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The Poseidon torpedo was delivered by Russia in 2018, which was sparked last week by the voice of Vladimir Putin, a nuclear threat. “Means to ensure its military supremacy”. “This is a completely new type of weapon that will force Western navies to change their plans and develop new countermeasures.”A delineated l’expert HI Sutton dans La Reppublica.

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