The Russian Wunderwaffe flew to the bottom of the Barents Sea

The Russian missile with a nuclear engine fell into the Barents Sea as a result of unsuccessful tests. It has not yet been raised, although the search operation is being prepared, CNBC claims.
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A Russian missile with a nuclear installation is in the Barents Sea after an unsuccessful test last year, Moscow is going to conduct an operation to search for it. This is reported CNBC with reference to sources familiar with the report of US intelligence.

The rocket tests were conducted in November. Now we are planning an operation to find a missile, in which three vessels will participate, one of which is equipped with equipment for working with radioactive materials. According to the sources of the channel, the exact timing of the operation has not yet been established.

President Vladimir Putin spoke about a new missile with a nuclear power plant in March in an annual message to the Federal Assembly, saying that it has unlimited range. As previously reported CNBC referring to sources, Russia experienced four similar missiles in November and February, each of the tests was unsuccessful. According to the US, one of the missiles managed to fly over 35 km in two minutes before it lost control. The shortest flight lasted four seconds.

At the same time, according to the TV channel, the nuclear installation did not work on the fallen missiles.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, commenting on CNBC's first report on unsuccessful tests of missiles, advised to listen to Vladimir Putin and believe him.

Putin devoted much of the message to the story of the new Russian weapons. In addition to the cruise missile with a nuclear power plant, the president described the beginning of the "active phase of testing of the new Sarmat missile complex with a heavy intercontinental missile", an unmanned underwater vehicle capable of carrying a nuclear charge and moving "very deep," and hypersonic aviation- rocket complex "Dagger", which can reach hypersonic speed.

The US State Department found the words of Putin proof that Russia violated the treaty on the elimination of medium-range and short-range missiles (DRMS). "Russia has been developing destabilizing weapons systems for more than ten years, directly violating its international obligations," said the representative of the department Heather Neuert. She noted that "it was unpleasant to look at the animation of a nuclear attack on the US", but the content of the message as a whole related to the upcoming elections in Russia.