Russia launches nuclear missiles for Finland and Britain as soon as Finland signs of joining NATO
Hypersonic Missile Shaitan-2 will take 10 seconds to reach Finland, 200 seconds to reach UK: Russian official
There has been a stir in Russia as soon as Finland signs of joining NATO. A senior aide of Russian President Vladimir Putin has warned of a possible nuclear attack on Britain, saying the hypersonic Satan-2 missile will take just three minutes to reach Britain. Russian Defense Committee deputy chairman Alexei Zhuravliov also threatened to destroy Finland in just 10 seconds with the help of this nuclear missile. Russia’s response to the invasion of Ukraine is a reflection of Russia’s desperation. Meanwhile, Russia has cut Finland’s electricity supply since Saturday morning. Finland buys 10 percent of its electricity from Russia. Russia has suspended electricity supply to Russia’s state-owned power company for non-payment of bills from Finland. Thus, even though Finland does not import electricity from Russia, it has a sufficient supply. Zuravaliove warned that if America threatens our state then the Shaitan-2 Sarmat missile is ready for you. If you think that Russia should not exist then nuclear weapons are ready for you. Will nuclear weapons be deployed near Finland? In response to that wise question, he said, ‘What does he need? Even if the missile is fired from Siberia, it is likely to reach Britain. Why do you want it, even if a missile is fired from Siberia, it is likely to reach Britain. Why do you want it, even if a missile is fired from Siberia, it is likely to reach Britain.
No one can say how long Ukraine war will last: Zelensky
As the Russo-Ukraine war prepares to enter its 12th week, Ukraine’s President Zelensky said Friday night that no one could have imagined how long the war would last. Zelensky also stated that Ukrainian forces had captured villages and towns from Russian forces, and that work was underway to restore electricity, telephone and social services.
Putin’s confidence in Ukraine war shaken: Ex-Russian PM
Former Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Kasyanov has said Putin’s faith in the Ukraine war is faltering. He said that the Russian president could be misled by his generals about the state of war. During Putin’s first term as president, Kasyanov served as prime minister from 2000 to 2004. After his expulsion, Kasyanov formed an opposition party and participated in the 2008 presidential election.
Putin’s ouster is gaining momentum: Ukrainian intelligence chief
The head of Ukraine’s intelligence service, Major General Kirillo Budanov, has claimed that a coup against Putin has been launched. Russia will lose the war by the end of this year. He further said that the “turn of events” would be a major turning point in Putin’s removal from power. Everything will come to the surface in the second fortnight of August. In Russia, the cycle of leadership change has accelerated. There are also reports that Putin is suffering from cancer and is very ill. Presently they cannot be actively involved in any work. The country needs a strong leader, so his selection will start in the near future.