Thursday, November 21, 2019

President Putin Says Five Men Killed In Huge Explosion In Northern Russian Died Trying To Create A Weapon That ‘Has No Equal In The World’

Russia's President Vladimir Putin is pictured today during the ceremony for state decorations, where he awarded the widows of the five dead scientists with the Order of Courage

Daily Mail: President Putin says five men killed in huge explosion in northern Russia that caused sudden radiation spike died trying to create a weapon that ‘has no equal in the world’

* President awarded widows during a decoration ceremony today at the Kremlin
* It has been reported the explosion happened while testing a Burevestnik missile
* Known as Skyfall by NATO, the missile is said to have a virtually unlimited range
* He expressed condolences but said Russia will continue to develop the weapon

Russian President Vladimir Putin has told widows of the five scientists who died in a nuclear explosion earlier this year that their husbands were working on 'the most advanced and unmatched technical' weaponry.

Putin's comments came during a ceremony of state decorations at the Kremlin today where he awarded the deceased employees of Russia's state nuclear company with the Order of Courage, posthumously.

'They led a very difficult, responsible and critical direction, we are talking about the most advanced and unmatched technical ideas and solutions,' he said.

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Update: Putin: Scientists Killed In "Mystery" Radiological Blast Were Developing "Unparalleled" Weapon (Zero Hedge).

WNU Editor: We still do not know what these "scientists" were working on.


Anonymous said...

I think Putin is trying to "Flip it."

He is trying to turn an industrial/research accident from an 'embarrassment' into an intelligence coup.

Bob Huntley said...