Defence Intelligence: The stockpile of high-precision missiles in the Russian Federation has fallen to a critical level
Russia’s stockpile of high-precision missiles has fallen to a critically low level. However, the enemy still has many S-300 missiles, which it uses to attack frontline cities. Andrii Yusov, a representative of the State Administration of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, stated this on the air of a nationwide telethon.
“As for Kalibrs and Iskanders, their reserves are critically low. And in general, they can no longer afford such a massive, regular attack. Another thing is that it does not reduce the damage, damage to the Ukrainian infrastructure. This is a serious test for us,” Andriy Yusov said.
The representative of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine drew attention to the fact that Russia still has a large number of short-range missiles of the S-300 type. Therefore, the frontline cities – Kherson, Zaporizhzhia, Kharkiv, and Sumy – may continue to suffer from the enemy’s missile terror.
However, according to Andriy Yusov, the Russian stockpile of missile weapons, especially high-precision ones, has fallen to a critical level. Therefore, the enemy will not be able to afford massive missile attacks so often.