Russia-Ukraine War / Doomsday night will be held in Ukraine on February 24! Russia has deployed the most dangerous Satan-2 nuclear missile

Vikrant Shekhawat : Feb 23, 2023, 09:43 PM
Russia-Ukraine War: Tomorrow, February 24, on the anniversary of Ukraine war, the night of doomsday is going to come in the country of President Zelensky. Russia has deployed its most dangerous nuclear missile Satan-2 on Thursday after breaking the agreement with the US to prevent the use of nuclear weapons. In Russia it is known as super weapon. Along with this, Putin has also unveiled the plan to increase the nuclear stockpile. At the same time, on the eve of the anniversary of the war, the Ukrainian army has pushed dozens of Russian assault weapons back from the front line. It has also claimed to have foiled 90 Russian attacks in the last 24 hours.

Russia deployed nuclear missiles from water to land and air

On the instructions of the Russian President, nuclear missiles have been deployed in water, land and sky. Due to this, it is believed that the great destruction is certain. Meanwhile Putin said that "we will continue mass production of air-based hypersonic Kinzal systems and begin mass deliveries of sea-based Zircon hypersonic missiles." He made these comments after suspending Russia's participation in the New START nuclear arms control agreement with the US. He said that there is this triangle of nuclear weapons in water, land and sky.

Satan-2 is an intercontinental ballistic missile

Russia has expressed its dangerous intentions by deploying the Interisland nuclear missile Satan-2, called its super weapon, to destroy Ukraine. Russia first presented this missile in 2018. It is called Russia's super weapon. The US claims that Russia tested a nuclear missile on the day of Biden's visit to Ukraine, which was a complete failure. However, Putin made no mention of the allegedly failed test in his State of the Nation speech on Tuesday. In recent weeks, the Russian military has stepped up offensives in eastern and southern Ukraine, including an estimated 500,000 troops, with the aim of seizing vast swaths of territory and handing over Putin the victory he has sought. already announced.

Ukraine claims to have foiled 90 Russian attacks

Ukraine's military said on Thursday that Kiev's troops had repelled 90 Russian attacks in the northeast and east in the past 24 hours. Brigadier General Oleksiy Gromov said Russia had set a goal of recapturing all the land it still controls in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions by the summer. "The enemy is deliberately intensifying hostilities in an attempt to annihilate units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine," Gromov said. Ukrainian officials said the Russian army was suffering heavy losses as the army recruited new draftees into the war – but Gromov said Moscow was using troops more experienced than regular units in the Battle of Bakhmut, which both sides Dubbed the "meat grinder".