“To Washington”: in Moscow, the police stopped a car with a dummy rocket “Sarmat” on the roof (video)
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As it became known later, the “Sarmatmobile” arrived in the capital of the Russian Federation from Kazan in as part of a motor rally against the “aggressive policy” of the United States.
On the streets of Moscow, eyewitnesses noticed a Russian passenger car with an object resembling a Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile attached to the roof. This was reported by Baza.
An unusual car was stopped by police officers on the roadway.
It had a paper inscription “Sarmatmobil” attached to the side doors. Attached to the roof was an object very similar to the RS-28 Sarmat missile. “To Washington” was written on it in paint.
Baza reports that the “Sarmatmobile” arrived in Moscow from Kazan.
The organizers of the motor rally stated that they were going to go to the capital to form a public opinion – “our enemies are not sleeping and are bombing our territories.”
A word, a few days earlier, people noticed the “Sarmatmobile” in the area of Kursk station.
RS-28 “Sarmat “is a 5th-generation silo-based strategic missile system developed at the Makeev Missile Center in the city of Miass, Chelyabinsk Region.
It includes a heavy multi-stage liquid-propellant intercontinental ballistic missile . Projectile length – 35 meters, launch weight – 208 tons, throw weight – about 10 tons.