The Russian occupation army has a limited stock of missiles, which will suffice to launch a couple more massive strikes. This stock has now dwindled to a critical minimum, said Kyrylo Budanov, Chief of Defense Intelligence of Ukraine.
He reiterated on the air of the national telethon that Russian forces in Ukraine are spending ammunition faster than their country's defense industry can produce it.
Context. Before the last massive missile attack carried out by the aggressor on December 5, the ministry of defense estimated the missile stocks of the Russian army to include 119 Iskander, 374 Oniks, 229 Kalibr, and 43 Kinzhal missiles. The S-300 missiles are the most abundant remaining stock.
During yesterday’s missile attack, the Russian invaders fired 70 Kh-101, Kh-555, Kh-22, Kh-59, Kh-31 P, and Kalibr missiles at Ukraine. The Air Defense Forces shot down more than 60 enemy missiles.
The Air Force Command didn’t rule out the possibility of another Russian missile attack on December 6.