Russian TV Shows Nuclear Missile Attack in London Would Have No Survivors

Russian state television has shown what a nuclear attack by Vladamir Putin would look like in London, declaring there would be “no survivors”. The segment on Channel One’s 60 Minutes program claimed that London, Paris and Berlin could be destroyed within 200 seconds of missile launch.

During the program, Aleksey Zhuravlyov said: “One Sarmat missile and the British Isles will be gone.” Another commentator was quick to say that the UK too had nuclear weapons and that “no one would survive the war”.

A map was then placed on the screen showing how fast missiles could hit all major European capitals, indicating that the missile would be launched from Kaliningrad. The presenter, Olga Skabeyeva, said: “Sarmats are not yet in Kalinigrad. From Kaliningrad to Berlin is 106 seconds, from Kaliningrad to Paris is 200 seconds. You’re interested in London, 202 seconds to London.’

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It comes as tensions in the war with Ukraine mount and the UK continues to supply equipment, military vehicles and weapons to the war-torn country. Ex-NATO chief Richard Sherriff warned the West must “arm up” for a “worst-case scenario” war, with some fearing Putin could use the May 9 Victory Day parade to launch a ​Declare ‘full war’ on its neighbor .

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Friday that he is still open to peace talks with Putin, but said there is a high risk that they could collapse amid Russian aggression. The UK confirmed it is deploying 8,000 troops for exercises across Eastern Europe to demonstrate the West’s opposition to Russia’s continued aggression.

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