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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation explaines why Putin's warnings about nuclear weapons unacceptable

05 March 2018

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Robert Schmucker, a rocket scientist at the Technical University of Munich, voiced skepticism about Putin's statement, saying in an interview that building nuclear-powered cruise missiles in particular would be technically hard and basically pointless. "Other countries also have tried but apparently so far have failed to make them, and we succeeded thanks to new materials".

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"The chancellor and the president voiced concern about Russian president Putin's latest remarks on arms development and its negative impact on global arms control efforts", said a statement by the German chancellery.

Those accusations directed at Russian Federation came after Putin, in his annual State of the Union address on Thursday, said the country had strengthened its defense capabilities.

"I did not see a map of Florida [there]", Peskov said.

Plant added that while "Russia already has a ton of systems that can threaten and overwhelm US missile defenses", Putin's announcement reflects his country's concern that the USA missile shield could grow powerful enough to become a game-changer.

A unmanned underwater vehicle: Putin said the Russian military had been developing a stealthy underwater vehicle that can target a wide range of targets, including carrier groups or coastal bases.

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He said that another new weapons system, called Kinzhal, already has been deployed in Russia's Southern Military District.

"This is not about defence; it's about deterrence", she said, adding that the Defence Department was not surprised by Putin's weapons claims.

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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation explaines why Putin's warnings about nuclear weapons unacceptable