Russia amasses up to 900 missiles for strikes on Ukraine – Air Force
Russia has probably stockpiled up to 900 long-range precision-guided missiles that could be used to strike Ukraine in winter. They were producing up to 100 per month
The spokesman for Ukraine's Air Force Command, Yuriy Ihnat, said this during a telethon.
"Yes, for several months now there has been no such attacks as there were in the summer. If you summarize, more than 100 missiles were used each summer month. In the autumn months, there have been no such intense missile attacks. We see more Kh-59s and Kh-31s. But there are also Iskander-M and Iskander-K," he said.
Ihnat relies on data from the General Staff and the Air Force and notes that in the fall, the aggressor country used several dozen missiles a month to strike at the territory of Ukraine.
Russia's capabilities have been voiced by the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine. Russia can produce 100 missiles a month. Therefore, we can make a certain mathematical conclusion that 870 or maybe even 900 (missiles - ed.). This is the number of high-precision long-range missiles. In addition to the ones we have just mentioned, these are aircraft missiles ( Kh-59, Kh-31, Kh-35), as well as Onyx, S-300 missiles. We are talking only about long-range precision weapons," the spokesman summarized.
- Vadym Skibitskyi, Main Intelligence Directorate representative, said in early November that Russia had about 870 missiles in stock.