Putin on Ukraine’s ‘red lines’ & Russia unveiling hypersonic weapons

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President Putin has been speaking about potential NATO expansion in Ukraine, saying it was a red line he hoped would not be crossed. He also expressed concerns over military drills being held near Russia’s borders.

Speaking to experts at a Moscow investment forum, the president also revealed the development of a new hypersonic missile that would soon be available, saying that successful tests had already been completed, and that the sea-based missile was expected to be in service by early 2022.

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