Check Out 5 Most Deadly Russian Military Weapons (Photos)

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According Businessinsider, Russia is the largest country in the world, spanning two continents and 11 time zones. It has a rich history, including the rise and fall of the Soviet Union. Today, Russia is a federal semi-presidential republic with Moscow as its capital and largest city.

Its economy is diverse, with significant oil and gas reserves as well as a growing technology sector. Despite being a member of the UN Security Council, Russia has faced international criticism for its actions in Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea.

The country is known for its famous literature, arts, and cuisine, as well as its famous landmarks such as the Kremlin, Red Square, and St. Basil’s Cathedral.

However, in this article, we will discuss and show you the 5 most dangerous Russian military weapons, According To Businessinsider

1. Bora-class guided-missile hovercraft

A catamaran, this vessel has a skirt that transforms it into a hovercraft. With a crew of up to 68 sailors and a top speed of 100 km/h, the ship is outfitted with eight Mosquito missiles and twenty anti-aircraft missiles.

2. The Pantsir-S1

a system that combines anti-aircraft missiles and short- to medium-range surface-to-air missiles. The system can defend against aircraft, helos, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles with the help of 12 surface-to-air guided missiles and two 30-mm automatic cannons.

3. A virtually invisible submarine

The Novorossiysk, the first of six diesel-electric stealth submarines, was launched last year from a shipyard in St. Petersburg. Its creators claim that thanks to stealth technology, it is essentially undetected underwater.

4. The Mig-35 multirole jet fighter

Effective for both pinpoint ground strikes and air-to-air warfare. Despite being 30% larger than its predecessor, the Mig-35 can travel at speeds of up to 2,400 km/h and is equipped to conduct air reconnaissance missions, engage in dogfights, and destroy long-range sea and surface targets.

5. The BUK-2 missile system

This battery is thought to have caused a Malaysian aircraft to crash over Ukraine in 2014. Its 9M317 missiles have 154-pound warheads and a Mach 3 range of 46,000 feet…..S££ MOR£

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