Russia stockpiles 870 high-precision missiles - Defense Intelligence of Ukraine
The Russian army currently has about 870 high-precision missiles of operational and strategic level
The representative of the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine, Andriy Yusov, repoeted this, according to NV.
According to Yusov, Russia's missile arsenal is much smaller than last winter, despite the fact that the enemy was able to increase the pace and intensity of production.
"But they have not been able to restore the stockpiles they had as of last winter or before the full-scale invasion," the representative of the Defense Intelligence said.
Yusov noted that Russia currently has about 870 precision-guided missiles of the operational, strategic and tactical levels in its stockpile. According to intelligence, Russia produced 115 precision-guided missiles in October. These include, in particular:
40 Kh-101 cruise missiles,
30 Iskander-M ballistic missiles,
9 Kh-32 cruise missiles,
4 Kinzhal missiles.
According to the military intelligence, in October, Russia fired about 115 precision-guided missiles with a range of over 350 km.
On 1 November, Russia conducted an unsuccessful test of the RS-24 Yars intercontinental ballistic missile. The test launch of the Bulava missile on 25 October also failed.