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'Not good!' - Trump comments on nuclear reactor explosion in Russia

The President stressed that the U.S. "is learning much from the failed missile explosion in Russia"
10:39, 13 August 2019

Rolling Stone
112 Agency

The U.S. President Donald Trump commented on the explosion of a nuclear reactor in Arkhangelsk region, Russia, which killed five workers of Rosatom. The American leader left a critical comment on his Twitter.

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American outlet New York Times referring to the source in American intelligence assumed that the explosion on the testing ground in Arkhangelsk region could happen while testing Burevestnik, experimental nuclear-powered, nuclear-armed cruise missile.

“But United States intelligence officials have said they suspect the blast involved a prototype of what NATO calls the SSC-X-9 Skyfall,” the news agency reported.

Related: U.S. abandons Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty

On August 10, an explosion of a nuclear reactor occurred in the White Sea. Five workers of Rosatom died.

Later, the leadership of the Russian nuclear center which deals with the development of nuclear weapons shared the details of the explosion near Arkhangelsk.

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