Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov has denied the American media that during their summer exercises in the Barents Sea the Russian forces have lost a nuclear weapons-driven shooting practice and are starting an operation to regain them.
TASS said on Wednesday.
CNBC said Tuesday that the American secret service reported that the rocket has been in the sea since the unsuccessful test in November 2017. According to the report, three ships will be involved in the rescue operation, including a ship equipped to store radioactive material.
"Unlike this American television network, I do not have such information. I advise you to contact the appropriate specialists from our Ministry of Defense, "said Peskov, Russian President Vladimir Putin called the rocket type in March when he said he had an" unlimited range ".