Russian state television on Sunday listed the possible targets in the United States in the event of a nuclear attack.
Russian state television on Sunday listed the possible targets in the United States in the event of a nuclear attack and claimed that its new hypersonic missile technology can be reached in less than five minutes.
Reuters called the report “unusual, even by the partial warlike standards of the Russian state TV”. The targets included the Pentagon and Camp David. The report came days after Russian President Vladimir Putin warned the United States against the deployment of intermediate-range missiles in Europe.
Putin reiterated that Russia warned the first deployment of new intermediate-range missiles in Europe, but it will retaliate if the United States puts these missiles on the continent. He said that it does not only target host-countries, but the new weapons, with the aim of U.S. decision-making centers.
The United States insisted that it has no plans to deploy missiles in Europe.
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A Putin spokesman said he has the name of “the geographical location of Russian missiles” could be sought. The spokesman said the government interfere with news programs.
The Guardian reported that other U.S. sites include Maryland Fort Ritchie, McClellan air force base in California, and Jim Creek naval communications base in Washington state.