Putin reveals new Russian missile that can 'reach any point in the world'

Russian President Vladimir Putin has revealed a bunch of new weapons, including a new missile that "can reach any point in the world" and a supersonic device which cannot be tracked by anti-missile systems.
Delivering his annual State of the Union address, Putin announced increased capabilities in the defense sector, saying that Russia "should not forget about security," following a speech that had initially focused on domestic issues.
"We see increased opportunities with the armed forces," he said. "We've done a lot to strengthen our army and navy and they are equipped with modern weaponry."
"We've adopted 300 new models of weaponry providing our armed forces with 18 new ICBMs (intercontinental ballistic missiles), two submarine-based ballistic missiles, we've commissioned three new nuclear submarines and ... We've increased the number of high-precision long-range missiles."
He also said Russia is developing a small nuclear warhead that can be carried by cruise missiles and new underwater drones that can carry nuclear warheads.
The State of the Union address is the last one that Putin will make before a president election on March 18. Putin is expected to win the election comfortably and enter a fourth term of leadership.