Russia inducts ‘Plasma’, ‘Laser’ and ‘Electromagnetic’ weapons in its arsenal- Russian Deputy Defence Minister

Moscow : Russian deputy Defence Minister claims that Russia has developed ‘Plasma’, ‘Laser’ and ‘Electromagnetic’ technology based advanced ‘Hypersonic’ weapons. The time taken from deciding to strike and striking the target could now be minimised to a few seconds.  To keep up with the evolving war dynamics, Russia is developing advanced weapons informed the Russian deputy Defence Minister Yuriy Borisov.

Russia inducts ‘Plasma’, ‘Laser’ and ‘Electromagnetic’ weapons in its arsenal- Russian Deputy Defence Minister

An article published a few days back reported that the US has developed ‘Swarm Drones’ and Britain has started to build laser weapon systems. Recently Israel also inducted Arrow-3, an anti-ballistic missiles capable of exo-atmospheric interception of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons much like the weapons shown in series of ‘Star Wars’. In the backdrop of these developments, the Russian deputy Defence Minister has made these recent claims.

Yuriy Borisov claimed that Russia is developing ‘Hypersonic’ weapons using complete latest technologies and control systems. These weapons would operate in a completely different ‘Plasma’ medium. Currently, the Russian defence forces are on a brink of a new scientific and technological breakthrough using principals that were never used before. These systems would replace the existing systems in place.

Mr Borisov further added that in the coming times different techniques would be used in formation of defence forces and control because, the one who learns to detect the enemy quicker and attack first is the one who will win. The Russian Minister alarmed that the time taken from decision to strike and actual strike during times of military wars would soon be made in seconds and thus it would be binding to do all movements very speedily  i.e. ‘real time’.

Mr Borisov provided important information about the Russian defence ministry to be ready with a ‘plan of action’. He even claimed that Russia soon would be successful in developing laser and electromagnetic weapons.

The Russian President Vladimir Putin has developed a strategic plan in modernising the Russian military and Mr Borisov’s recent sharing of information seems to be a part of the same plan. President Putin had announced to change the face of Russian defence forces by 2020. As per the plan, Russia continues to induct new weapons in their arsenal. Just three days ago, the Russian military  successfully tested  Topol-M, an intercontinental ballistic missile.

Moscow–Russian deputy Defence Minister claims that Russia has developed ‘Plasma’, ‘Laser’ and ‘Electromagnetic’ technology based advanced ‘Hypersonic’ weapons. The time taken from deciding to strike and striking the target could now be minimised to a few seconds. To keep up with the evolving war dynamics, Russia is developing advanced weapons informed the Russian deputy Defence Minister Yuriy Borisov.

An article published a few days back reported that the US has developed ‘Swarm Drones’ and Britain has started to build laser weapon systems. Recently Israel also inducted Arrow-3, an anti-ballistic missiles capable of exo-atmospheric interception of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons much like the weapons shown in series of ‘Star Wars’. In the backdrop of these developments, the Russian deputy Defence Minister has made these recent claims.

Yuriy Borisov claimed that Russia is developing ‘Hypersonic’ weapons using complete latest technologies and control systems. These weapons would operate in a completely different ‘Plasma’ medium. Currently, the Russian defence forces are on a brink of a new scientific and technological breakthrough using principals that were never used before. These systems would replace the existing systems in place.

Mr Borisov further added that in the coming times different techniques would be used in formation of defence forces and control because, the one who learns to detect the enemy quicker and attack first is the one who will win. The Russian Minister alarmed that the time taken from decision to strike and actual strike during times of military wars would soon be made in seconds and thus it would be binding to do all movements very speedily  i.e. ‘real time’.

Mr Borisov provided important information about the Russian defence ministry to be ready with a ‘plan of action’. He even  claimed that Russia soon would be successful in developing laser and electromagnetic weapons.

The Russian President Vladimir Putin has developed a strategic plan in modernising the Russian military and Mr Borisov’s recent sharing of information seems to be a part of the same plan. President Putin had announced to change the face of Russian defence forces by 2020. As per the plan, Russia continues to induct new weapons in their arsenal. Just three days ago, the Russian military  successfully tested  Topol-M, an intercontinental ballistic missile.

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