The story tells of the activities of Russian sailors in the North Atlantic. In particular, two nuclear submarines are mentioned: “Severodvinsk” and “Yuri Dolgoruky”, serving in the North and South Atlantic.
“These submarines are modern, silent and equipped with modern missiles,” Andersen said, adding that they could “pose a threat” to strategic targets in the United States and Europe.
Previously, Newsweek wrote that the latest Russian submarines pose a danger to the United States. According to Michael Petersen, a professor at the American Naval War College, the Russian submarine fleet can inflict “measured damage” on the enemy, which is a “critical challenge” for the United States.
By the way, in 2023, Sevmash intends to transfer two nuclear submarine cruisers to the Russian Navy: the Alexander III strategic missile carrier and the Krasnoyarsk multipurpose attack submarine.