Russia has increased its nuclear arsenal by another nuclear bomb. It was reported that this weapon of mass destruction can reach Britain in just 13 minutes.
Vladimir Putin’s latest super weapon is boasted to go so fast it will be impossible to shoot down and will breach any of NATO’s missile defence systems.
Russia’s bold boasts come from the country’s Tactical Missiles Corporation which revealed more details about the Kremlin’s new experimental weapon.
The weapon’s incredible speed would mean it could fly the 882-mile distance from Russia’s nuclear weapons bases in the enclave of Kaliningrad to London in just 13 minutes.
Putin tested the hypersonic nuclear warhead earlier this year with a missile blast at Yasny Launch Base in Russia.
The super weapon has been dubbed Object 4202 and is also known as the Hypersonic Glider Vehicle.
It is being designed specifically to sit atop Russia’s new nation killer nuke “Satan 2“.
The first images of Satan 2 were unveiled last month as the weapon is said to be able to wipe out an area as big as Texas and France.
The massive missile is believed to carry three HGV warheads as its deadly country-destroying payload.
Object 4202 tipped missiles deploy their warheads which then cruise through the upper stratosphere before hitting their target at hypersonic speed.
While Putin cosies up with new US President Donald Trump the rest of NATO still sits in fear of a potential attack from Russia.
Trump has slammed NATO as “obsolete” during his campaign and is feared to be planning to completely withdraw from the alliance – leaving Europe as easy pickings for Putin.
NATO is preparing for the “worst case scenario” as nations along the Russian border frantically prepare for the threat of an invasion.
Yesterday, Putin quit the International Criminal Court in a shock move sparking fears he could be paving the way for war.
British military bosses boasted they would “be ready for war in two years” in a stand-off against the resurgent superpower.
Daily Star Online recently revealed the most powerful weapons at Britain’s disposal should Europe erupt into World War 3.