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A Russian nuclear submarine will call in a foreign port soon
A Russian nuclear submarine will call in a foreign port soon, said Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov. "Our nuclear submarine will soon call in a foreign port, the deployment site of the French nuclear forces at Brest, for the first time ever," the minister told the president during a conference with the cabinet. According to him, the Russian navy plans to make several missile launches from submarines. "After the failed missile launches from the nuclear submarines Yekaterinburg and Borisoglebsk on September 8, we launched two MIRV missiles, and all of their six warheads safely reached the Kura testing range," Ivanov said. "We plan to make several more launches soon," he said in reply to the president's request to report on the ICBM launches. The minister told the president that the Russian navy was ready for exercise in the Norwegian Sea. "A large group of warships, including the Admiral Kuznetsov and Pyotr Veliky ships and submarines, will begin the cruise tomorrow," said Ivanov. They are headed for the weeklong Russian-US exercise in the North Atlantic, which is to begin in the Norwegian Sea on September 30 in compliance with the agreement of the two presidents.
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