Radakin noted that “deeply concerned” the situation on the & nbsp; Russian-Ukrainian border.
He also stressed that the UK plans to start developing hypersonic weapons in the near future. This is due to the presence of this type of weapons in Russia.
“ We do not have them & nbsp; (hypersonic missiles), we & nbsp; must have them '', & nbsp; & mdash; said Radakin.
Earlier, retired British Air Marshal Edward Stringer expressed the opinion that & nbsp; Iran, Russia, China and & nbsp; DPRK could be behind the & nbsp; cyberattack on & nbsp; technical resources of the Academy of the Ministry of Defense Great Britain.
Stringer, who retired from the & nbsp; military in & nbsp; August, said he was & nbsp; “ sophisticated '' A hack discovered last March prompted the Defense Academy to accelerate plans to & nbsp; restore its entire network and & nbsp; improve its & nbsp; resilience.
When asked & nbsp; who he & nbsp; suspects, Stringer noted that & nbsp; & nbsp; states such as China, Russia, Iran and & nbsp; North Korea “ have the opportunity '' perform such a hack.