A FULL-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine will spark World War 3, Kiev fears as Moscow test fires its hypersonic nuke missile. Tensions in Eastern Europe are at boiling point with Vladimir Putin amassing around 100,000 troops close to the Ukrainian border. Russia staged a new test of its 6,670 mph hypersonic Zircon missile. The lethal weapon was seen on video fired under a cloak of darkness from the Admiral Gorshkov frigate in the White Sea hitting a coastal target at the Chizha training ground. The “unstoppable” Zircon is due to be deployed imminently, first with the Russian Northern Fleet which conducts operations in the Atlantic and Arctic oceans, reports say. Russia had issued NOTAM-warnings relating to rocket tests in both the White and Barents seas. Moscow boasts the Mach-9 capable missile can evade all current Western defences. The Barents Observer highlighted that satellite images show a suspected new storage and maintenance facility for the Zircon at Okolnaya Bay, in the Arctic Murmansk region. "The trials of the Zircon shipborne missile system are successfully coming to an end,” said chief of the Russian General Staff, Valery Gerasimov . “These trials proved the possibility of launching this hypersonic missile from both a surface ship and a nuclear-powered submarine from the submerged position.” Russian President Putin has ordered the Zircon missile to be deployed next year by the Russian Navy boasting that it is “truly unparalleled … in the world”.
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