Vladimir Putin warned that he was ready for another Cuban crisis if America had to invite it, as the tension between the US and Russia continues to intensify.
"They (the tensions) are not grounds for strengthening the confrontation with the levels of the Cuban missile crisis of the 1
This statement confirms the statements Putin made during his trade union statement earlier Wednesday that Russia will direct hypersonic missiles to the United States if we want to deploy intermediate rockets.
On its own admission, the tension has not yet reached the chaos of the Cuban missile crisis, but Putin does not seem to deviate from the potential of a new international clash.
The Cuban Missile Crisis was a nervous 13-day confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union in 1962, when nuclear Soviet missiles were installed in Cuba, only 90 miles from American soil. At that time, Fidel Castro joined the Soviet authorities and relied on assistance in economic and military support. The crisis ended when Russia agreed to take off missiles in exchange for a United States promise not to invade Cuba, and President John F. Kennedy secretly agreed to remove American missiles in Turkey.
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Nuclear threats between the United States and Russia have been restored against the background of the dissolution of the Middle Ayurvedic Treaty that the United States Russia and Russia have issued in recent months. According to him, the United States argues that Russia has violated the treaty that led to the election, and Russia claims that the United States has violated this treaty for years.
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President PUTIN claims that the new Zircon missiles are flying at a distance of 950 times faster than the sound and have a range of 620 miles. о) naval means of delivery: submarines or surface ships. And we can put them, taking into account the speed and range (our missiles) … in neutral waters. Moreover, they are not stationary, they are moving, and they will have to find them, "he said.
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"This (calculation) will not be in their favor, at least as things stand today. That's right, "he continued.
Bradford Bet and Reuter contributed to this report.