Bulava missiles tests to be held in White Sea

Publish date: April 21, 2005

The new Russian missiles Bulava-30 will be tested in the White Sea In June-July 2005, said a deputy navy chief commander, the head of the navy shipbuilding, arms and operation department vice-admiral Anatoly Smolyak to the media.

He said the developing of the new missile never stopped. The new submarines, which are under construction now in Severodvinsk, should be armed with the new missiles. The solid-fuelled ballistic missile Bulava-30 is a part of the D-19M complex to be delivered to the Dmitry Donskoy nuclear submarine. The submarine is under repairs in Severodvinsk now.

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