VLADIMIR Putin's so-called Iron Doll has threatened to nuke Downing Street and the White House as Russia releases satellite images of its targets.
In a chilling warning, TV propagandist Olga Skabeyeva shared pictures of "decision-making centres" in the West which could be blitzed by Russia in a nuclear strike – including the Nato headquarters in Brussels.
Her message coincided with the Nato summit in Madrid – the location of which was also "targeted".
She said: "With greetings to the participants of the Nato summit of a bloc openly hostile to Russia.
"Look at the screen but do not be afraid, please.
"The Russian Space Agency published satellite images and exact coordinates of what we call the 'decision-making centres' of Western countries.
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"And the venue of the summit in Madrid, where Russia is declared the worst enemy."
Skabeyeva claimed she was not making a threat, adding: "Let them just keep it in mind."
Ukraine accused Russian space chief Dmitry Rogozin "losing touch with reality" after he posted the satellite pictures and coordinates which would be used in a nuclear strike.
Rogozin, a close Putin ally, said: "The Nato summit opens in Madrid, at which Western countries will declare Russia their worst enemy."
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He posted Russian military satellite images of the Pentagon, the Élysée Palace in Paris, and the German Chancellery in Berlin.
The threat came after he announced the giant Satan-2 hypersonic missiles are now in mass production after only one successful test launch.
He said a second test launch of the Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile – known in the West as Satan-2 – was "on schedule".
"We have already started creating mass production missiles," he said.
"We proceed from the fact that by the end of the year we will have to put on combat duty the first regiment in Uzhur, Krasnoyarsk Territory."
The deadly Satan 2 nuke missile can fly over 11,000 miles, carry 15 warheads and has the potential to destroy an area the size of the United Kingdom in a single strike.
Putin hailed the development of the new missile as "a big, significant event" for Russia's defence industry.
The dictator boasted: "The missile can break through all modern anti-missile defences.
"There is nothing like this anywhere in the world, and won't be for a long time."
The deployment of the killer weapon comes as Putin issued a number of threats to the West amid boiling tensions over the Ukraine war.
Putin has previously said the nuke missile would "force those who try to threaten Russia to think twice".
He said he wouldn't hesitate to extend the Ukrainian war to countries that defy Russia – referring to all of the former territories of the USSR, which he described as "historic Russia".
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden has announced US reinforcements of Nato forces in Europe – saying the alliance is needed more today "than it ever has been".
Speaking at the summit in Madrid, he said Nato will be "strengthened in all directions across every domain – land, air and sea".
"Together with our allies we're going to make sure that Nato is ready to meet the threats from all directions across every domain," Biden said.
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"In a moment where Putin has shattered peace in Europe and attacked the very, very tenets of rule-based order, the United States and our allies, we're going to step up.
"We're stepping up, proving that Nato is more needed now than it ever has been and it's important as it ever has been."
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