“The Arctic Region is a very important region of the Russian Federation. It applies to both our borders and our special economic zones. The economic potential is growing year by year. You know that the Arctic region has a national development plan area, all of which will be consistent. Implement.” Peskov said.
The satellite image provided by the space technology company Maxar to CNN detailed the formation and continuous development of Russian military bases and hardware on the country’s Arctic coastline, as well as the possible use of new high-tech weapons and Poseidon Underground storage facility for 2M39 torpedoes.
Such unmanned stealth torpedoes are powered by nuclear reactors, and Russian designers intend to pass them over coastal defenses, such as those in the United States.
Russian hardware in the high northern region includes bombers and MiG31
Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby (John Kirby), speaking of reports of Russia’s enhanced military capabilities in the Arctic, said on Monday: “No one wants to see the Arctic become a militarized region.”
He said: “Obviously, we recognize that this area is a key terrain vital to the defense of our own motherland and a potential strategic corridor between Indo-Pacific Europe and the motherland. The impact of expanded competition.”
Kirby said: “We are committed to protecting your American national security interests in the Arctic by maintaining a rule-based order in the region, especially through our network of Arctic allies and partners, who have the same common interests as ours in that order. Interests.” added.
Regarding these concerns, Peskov said: “It should not be forgotten that the United States itself has never given up its military presence in the Arctic region and has never weakened its attention to the Arctic region.”
Russia’s development has been compared with NATO and the United States’ forces and equipment movement. For example, the American B-1 Lancer bomber stationed at Ørland Air Force Base in Norway recently completed a mission in the eastern Barents Sea. In August, US officials admitted that the US military’s invisible “Sea Wolf” submarine was in the area.