November 26, Russian Ministry of Defense issued a statement saying
The Russian army successfully test fired A new type of anti-missile missile and Multiple “Zircon” hypersonic missiles
The Russian Air Force’s air defense and anti-missile forces successfully test-fired new anti-missile missiles
On November 26, local time, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that Russia had successfully tested a new type of anti-missile missile at the Sarri-Shagen training ground in Kazakhstan.
The test-fire task was completed by the air defense and anti-missile forces of the Russian Air Force. The test-fired missile accurately hit the designated target. The Russian military commander emphasized that this new type of anti-missile missile has undergone a series of tests and has fully proven its reliability.
The last time the Russian military announced the test firing of the new anti-missile system at the Surrey-Shagen training ground was at the end of October this year. Prior to this, the Russian military also conducted multiple test firings between 2017 and 2019.
The Russian frigate continuously launched multiple “zircon” hypersonic missiles
On November 26, local time, the Russian Ministry of Defense issued a statement stating that the Russian military tested a “zircon” hypersonic missile in the White Sea and successfully hit a sea target 450 kilometers away.
The statement pointed out that the first ship of the Russian 22350 frigate “Marshal Gorshkov” successively launched multiple “zircon” hypersonic missiles from the White Sea, successfully hitting multiple maritime targets in the Barents Sea. . The speed of the missile exceeds Mach 8.
During the test firing, the Russian Northern Fleet blocked the test firing area of the Barents Sea, and the guided missile cruiser “Marshal Ustinov” and the frigate “Admiral Kasatonov” participated in the mission.