Moscow Space Chief Issues Satan-2 Hypersonic Missile Threat After Putin’s Foreign Minister Is Blocked From Travelling to Serbia by Three NATO Countries

Moscow’s space chief issued wild threats overnight about launching Russia’s ‘Satan-2’ hypersonic missile against NATO countries after Vladimir Putin’s top diplomat was blocked from travelling to Serbia.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was forced to cancel his visit after Bulgaria, North Macedonia and Montenegro – three NATO countries around Serbia – closed their airspace to his aircraft, infuriating the Kremlin.

The head of Russian space agency Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, hit back at the move saying that while Bulgaria, Romania and Montenegro could stop his plane, they would not halt a 208-ton, 15,880mph Sarmat missile – a.k.a the Satan-2.

He Tweeted: ‘Do you know what is so good about Sarmat [ballistic missile]?

‘It will not ask for a flying permit from Bulgarian cowards, vindictive Romanians and Montenegrins – who betrayed our joint history.’

The same would apply to the Swedes who are set on joining NATO, he said.

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Source: Daily Mail