Russia is likely removing nuclear warheads from ageing nuclear cruise missiles and firing unarmed munitions at Ukraine, Britain's military intelligence said. Whatever Russia's intent, this improvisation highlights the level of depletion in Russia's stock of long range missiles, the defence ministry of Britain said. Watch the video for more. #russia #nuclearweapons #nuclearpower #nuclearwar #ukraine #unitedkingdom #russia #russiaukrainewar #russiaukraineconflict #britain #rishisunak #putin Hindustan Times Videos bring you news, views and explainers about current issues in India and across the globe. We’re always excited to report the news as quickly as possible, use new technological tools to reach you better and tell stories with a 360 degree view to give you a better understanding of the world around you.
There is a god. Fuck ukraine 🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺
KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK RUSSIA 🇷🇺.
Uses the cruise missiles for civilian targets that we call the chickens and ducks and rabbit tactic for fighting,you can not confront Urkrainian army ,they so braves and well training that why the armys bear hiding far away and closes the eyes and shoot,thats shame on yours bears ancestor
If the ruble continues falling, making repayment of foreign currency debt ever harder, there is a risk that Russia’s banks go bust and the financial system stops functioning. But the government is aware of the risk, and has taken significant steps over the past year and a half to clean up poorly-managed banks and limit risk. The central bank has also offered long-term dollar-denominated loans to Russia’s banks in order to help them service customers who wish to refinance foreign currency debt. It is now easier and cheaper for many Russian firms to borrow dollars in Russia than to seek credit abroad. For now, the government has capably managed financial sector risk.
What does this mean for Russia’s foreign policy? There are two schools of thought. The first is that, given the upcoming Duma elections in September, the Kremlin may decide that the economic mess means that it has to campaign on its foreign policy “successes.” That could mean a more adventurous foreign policy, despite the costs such a decision entails.
The more optimistic view is that the oil price slump and the struggle to balance the budget will empower Russian elites who want to cut military costs and improve relations with the West. The recent flurry of diplomacy between Russian, Ukrainian, and U.S. officials may suggest that Russia’s position in Ukraine has softened. If that turns out to be true, it will not be the first time that Russia’s foreign ambitions were deflated by a plummeting oil price.
I have tons of them
Should of been on BBC 2. Dear Hunter. Same war Putin play ▶️ 👌 1972 shit 🤣🤣🤣🙈🇬🇧
Bollocks 🇬🇧 Bollocks are bigger 🙈🤣
Cheaper way to flush out Ukrainian radars and use up their defense missiles. Imagine shooting a million dollar missile at a flying load of dirt..
Please pound the UK , this country is the source of evil.
Where are the cities? I see fields and abandoned construction buildings due to insufficient funds.
Russians are doing 2 things with those missiles: a) testing if they are still efficient regarding modern AA systems b) using as a decoy in combination with modern missiles, in that situation AA systems will usually lock on them and modern missiles will pass AA defense.
Absolute pack of lies again.
PLZ STOP WAR
This is a SIGN that Russai is running out of regular non ballistic missiles and has gone to using the only missiles it has left in the Russian arsenal.
Putin must take them on becausr all them a gang him ip
God bless russia long live putin., Mabuhay phillipine
Zelensky should wake up, it’s Ukrainians that are paying the price, NATO/America stayed in Afghanistan for 20 years, I wonder how Ukraine will be in 20 years, I don’t think Russia is Libya!
They use them as decoys to make Ukrainians forces fire all the rockets