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“The system has operated perfectly. All parameters were confirmed. The warhead hit the pre-calculated area,” he noted.
“Pechersky early missile warning station has detected the target timely. Therefore, the complex check of the missile early warning system was also made,” Borisov added.
Borei-class strategic nuclear-powered submarine Yuri Dolgoruky test-launched an intercontinental ballistic missile Bulava at firing range Kura on the Kamchatka Peninsula from the Barents Sea on October 29. The Borei-class submarine cruiser had the full set of 16 missiles on board for the first time, the press service of Russian Defence Ministry told TASS earlier. The test-launch was made from the underwater position. Parameters of the ICBM Bulava flight trajectory were practiced in normal mode.