Russian missile-carrying nuclear submarines are resuming patrolling in southern latitudes of the World Ocean to ensure military stability and parity the world over, as reported “Voice of Russia”.
This came in a live interview with the Voice of Russia by a military expert, editor-in-chief of the National Defence magazine, Igor Korotchenko.
The Russian missile-carrying submarines should on a permanent basis patrol the areas whence they could, if necessary, launch sea-based ICBMs in no time.
At present, Russia has nine nuclear submarines in its Northern and Pacific Fleets. New submarines of the Borei-class are currently being built in Russia, complete with the Bulava solid-propellant missile.