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Russia successfully test-fired a new anti-missile missile, saying it will effectively defend against air and sky attacks.

Russia successfully test-fired a new anti-missile missile, saying it will effectively defend against air and sky attacks.

November 26 According to a report by the Russian Satellite Network on the 26th, the Department of News and Mass Media of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported that at the Saresagan Range in Kazakhstan, Russian troops successfully test-fired a new anti-missile missile and hit the target.

The circular pointed out that “the combat team of the Russian Air Force Air Defense and Anti-missile Defense Force successfully launched a new missile of anti-missile defense system at the Sareshagan Range in Kazakhstan.”

On June 24th, local time, Russia held a Red Square military parade to commemorate the 75th anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War. The picture shows the simultaneous appearance of Il-78 aerial refueling aircraft and Tu-160 supersonic strategic bombers.

The circular quoted the speech of Lieutenant General Andrei Jeming, Commander of the First Special Army of Air Defense and Anti-missile Defense of the Russian Federation, to emphasize that after a series of tests, the performance parameters set by the new anti-missile missile have been fully verified, and the combat team successfully completed its mission and hit the hypothetical target according to the prescribed accuracy.

The briefing pointed out that Russia’s anti-missile defense system is used to defend the country from air and sky attack weapons.

According to the report, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported the last test of new missiles for anti-missile defense systems in late October, after testing in June and July 2019, February, July, August and December 2018, and November 2017.

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