The author notes that the torpedo can sail at a speed of about 200 km / h, maneuver and go unnoticed, which will not allow existing NATO systems to detect and intercept it.

A fully functioning Poseidon will have an incredible strategic impact.

Upon reaching the target, the torpedo fires and creates a tsunami wave that can sink the coast of a potential enemy, Gupta notes.

On January 17, British Express columnist Jack Walters expressed the opinion that Russia could "arrange a tsunami" with the latest Poseidon nuclear torpedoes.

Igor Korotchenko, editor-in-chief of the National Defense magazine, said that the Russian Poseidon underwater unmanned vehicle, which can carry a nuclear charge, is inaccessible to interception by modern means.