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Ukraine is starting the second stage of testing of the Neptune land-based cruise missile system at the Alibey Training Ground in the south of Odesa region.

"Today, the next stage of the tests of the RK-360MTS Neptune cruise missile system produced at Kyiv's Luch State Design Bureau will start at the Alibey training ground! Fire tests are set to be completed by May 30," as reported by the Ukroboronprom state concern's press service.

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It is noted that previous testing amid e-warfare interference with the involvement of aviation was held a month ago.

UNIAN memo. The Neptune missile system is a land-based cruise missile system with an anti-ship missile, designed to defeat battleships such as cruisers, destroyers, frigates, corvettes, landing ships, tank landing ships and transports, which operate independently and in naval groups and landing units, as well as coastal radio-contrast targets, amid favorable and adverse weather conditions, at any time of day and year, under active enemy fire and e-warfare resistance.