Russian Federation tests new nuclear weapons after summit with Trump

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Russian Defense Ministry has released video showed for the first time the final assembly line of the new Burevestnik nuclear-powered cruise missiles.

Three most advanced warships were accepted for service in the Russian Navy along with 49 Kalibr cruise missiles in the first half of this year, Deputy Defense Minister Alexei Krivoruchko said on Friday.

According to the source in the Defense Ministry, the new nuclear-powered cruise missile, which is created to have "unlimited range and unlimited ability to maneuver", undergoes additional ground tests and is expected to get into flight tests following the tweaks.

The White House said on Thursday that Trump had invited Putin to visit Washington this autumn, a daring rebuttal to a torrent of criticism in the United States over Trump's summit with Putin in Helsinki this week.

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"All the measures that have been carried out allow for making a clear conclusion that the Sarmat missile system will be created and placed on combat duty within the scheduled timeframe", the Ministry added.

Putin has sought to flex Russia's muscle amid tensions with the West.

On Monday, Putin said he told Trump Russia is committed to extending the New START treaty which is set to expire in 2021.

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