Ukraine's intelligence reveals number of missiles Russia has in its stockpile
According to the GUR, in October, the Russians fired about 115 high-precision missiles with a range of more than 350 km. In total, the invaders have 870 such missiles in stock
Vadym Skibitskyi, Main Intelligence Directorate representative told RBC-Ukraine.
According to him, the invaders produced 20 Kalibrs and about 40 Kh-101 missiles in a month. The enemy also produces about 30 Iskander-M ballistic missiles and 12 Iskander-K cruise missiles every month.
In addition, according to Skibitskyi, Russians keep modernizing the Kh-22, which the enemy is converting into Kh-32. About 9 units come off the assembly line per month.
The invaders also produced 4 Kinzhal-type missiles.
Skibitskyi also said that the Russians have begun to improve Oniks missiles in order to use them against ground targets.
According to Ukrainian intelligence, Russia currently has about 870 high-precision missiles of the operational and strategic level that can hit targets at a distance of more than 350 km. These include approximately 165 Kalibrs, about 160 units of Kh-101, Kh-555 and Kh-55 with warheads, about 290 units of Iskander-M and Iskander-K, about 80 Kinzhals, and 150 Kh-22 / Kh-32 missiles. Last year, the occupiers had about the same number of missiles, Skibitskyi noted. This shows that the Russians have established stable production despite the sanctions, he added.
In May, Skibitskyi said that the occupiers were capable of producing up to 25 Kalibrs and two Kinzhals per month.