Vladimir Putin reveals plan to rule world’s oceans by FORCE as he warns Zircon missiles will DESTROY enemies


VLADIMIR Putin has claimed the US is now Russia’s main enemy as he set out plans for his ambition to rule the world’s oceans by force.

On Sunday the unhinged Vladimir Putin signed a new naval doctrine that sets an agenda for crucial areas such as the Arctic and the Black Sea amid his brutal war in Ukraine.

Speaking on Russia’s Navy Day in the former imperial capital of St Petersburg founded by Tsar Peter the Great, Putin praised Peter for making Russia a great sea power and increasing the global standing of the Russian state.

After inspecting the navy, Putin chillingly warned Russia’s unique Zircon hypersonic cruise missiles now meant Russia had the military clout to crush its enemies.

Shortly before the speech, he signed a new 55-page naval doctrine, which sets out the broad strategic aims of Russia’s navy, including its ambitions as a “great maritime power” which extend over the entire world.

The main threat to Russia, the doctrine says, is “the strategic policy of the USA to dominate the world’s oceans” and the movement of the NATO military alliance closer towards Russia’s borders.

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