Vladimir Putin has vowed to use Satan 2 nuclear weapons by the end of the year as Russia threatens the NATO nation over a blockade

Vladimir Putin has issued a chilling threat while vowing to deploy the Sarmat hypersonic missile, dubbed “Satan 2,” by the end of the year when nuclear tensions reach boiling point.

The announcement comes after a series of chilling threats to the West after Putin said Russia would deploy its deadly hypersonic Prometheus nuclear system on Monday (June 20).

A test of the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile


A test of the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missilePhoto credit: East2West
Dmitry Rogozin speaks about the Sarmat missile at the New Horizons marathon in May


Dmitry Rogozin speaks about the Sarmat missile at the New Horizons marathon in MayPhoto credit: East2West

In his latest warning, the tyrant said the doomsday Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile would be delivered in the next six months amid heightened tensions with NATO countries.

The deadly Satan 2 nuclear missile can fly over 11,000 miles, carry 15 warheads and has the potential to destroy an area the size of the United Kingdom in a single strike.

Putin called the development of the new missile, which was successfully tested earlier this week, “a big, significant event” for Russia’s defense industry.

The dictator boasted: “The missile can penetrate all modern missile defense systems.

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“There’s nothing like it anywhere in the world and it won’t be for a long time.”

The use of the killer weapon comes as the Russian president issued a series of threats to the West amid rising tensions over the invasion of Ukraine.

Putin previously said the Satan 2 nuclear missile would “make those trying to threaten Russia think twice.”

He said he would not hesitate to extend the Ukrainian war to countries opposed to Russia, referring to all the former territories of the USSR, which he described as “historic Russia”.

Between 1990 and 1991 the Soviet Union disintegrated, creating the countries of Russia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

He also said any countries that turned against the Kremlin would no longer be “allies” with Moscow.

A close Putin ally has accused NATO of engaging in “direct aggression” against Russia and said his country has the right to defend itself.

Politician Andrey Klimov, speaking on messaging app Telegram, slammed Lithuania for blocking certain goods from passing through his country to Kaliningrad, a small region of Russia cut off from its borders by Lithuania and Latvia.

On Saturday (June 18), the Lithuanian authorities announced that goods subject to EU sanctions can no longer enter Kaliningrad through their territory.

Blocked materials included coal, metals, and advanced technology.

Kaliningrad regional governor Anton Alikhanov said this ban will affect up to half of all goods destined for the small area.

Mr Klimov, who heads a commission defending state sovereignty, accused the Lithuanian government of violating a treaty signed between Russia and the European Union 20 years ago.

And on Tuesday (June 21), one of his allies, retired General Evgeny Buzhinsky, threatened to bombard Britain with nuclear weapons, warning NATO not to “play with fire.”

In a speech on Russian television, Buzhinsky lashed out at British General Sir Patrick Sanders.

Sanders urged troops to prepare for battle and victory over Russian forces in a third world war as he assumed command of Britain’s land forces this week.

“He doesn’t understand that Britain will physically cease to exist as a result of World War III,” Buzhinsky said.

In April, Putin hit back at the NATO war games by staging major exercises in the Baltic Sea, where he sent 60 warships, 40 aircraft and 2,000 weapon units to sea while the West flexed its muscles on his doorstep.

The naval exercises came amid rising tensions between Moscow and NATO after Sweden and Finland submitted their bids to join the US-led coalition following the start of Russia’s military campaign in Ukraine.

If their membership, currently blocked by Turkey, is approved, Russia would be the only non-NATO country on the Baltic Sea.

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