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Defence Intelligence: Russia cannot fully restore the combat capability of military units withdrawn from Ukraine

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Defence Intelligence: Russia cannot fully restore the combat capability of military units withdrawn from Ukraine

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The consequence of economic sanctions imposed by the world's leading powers on the aggressor country is a significant decline in the military-industrial complex of Russia.

Having lost a significant part of their military and technical potential during the war in Ukraine, the Russians are already forced to supply 50-60 years of production and equipment to units that have suffered irreparable losses.

However, this situation does not embarrass the Kremlin leadership, they do not care how much and how to send as "cannon fodder" in the fight for the future of the "russian peace". There will always be something that has been rusting for decades in warehouses and that even third-world countries did not want to buy at the time.

Most of the long-term storage equipment cannot even be delivered to the units. However, the military is forced to accept it and report to the command on combat units' full staffing and provision.

During April, the following were removed from the storage bases of the Russian Federation:

  • 18 2S19 Msta from the arsenal of missile and artillery weapons of the Eastern All-Ukrainian Union (Ussuriysk, Primorsky Krai);
  • 28 Acacia ACS from the 94th arsenal of the Main Rocket and Artillery Directorate (Omsk);
  • 15 2S19 "Msta", 5 ACS “Acacia” and 20 2S1 "Gvozdika" from the arsenal of complex storage of RAW (Gagarinsky, Sverdlovsk region);
  • 15 MLRS "Hurricane" and 11 TRK "Point-U" from the 109th arsenal of Main Rocket and Artillery Directorate (Battery, Irkutsk region).

Restoration of combat capability and manning of troops of the Western All-Ukrainian Union is carried out, inter alia, at the expense of armaments and military equipment removed from storage of 239 mobilization deployment centers (Boguchar).

Now the rusty and rotten military-technical echo of the Kremlin's "great past" is becoming the basis of Russia's "present."


The Odessa Journal
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