The Air Force assessed Russia's missile stockpile and risks for Ukraine in the fall

Ihnat spoke about the threat of Russian shelling
Ihnat spoke about the threat of Russian shelling

In the fall of 2023, the aggressor country of the Russian Federation has fewer missiles than it had a year ago, in the fall of 2022. However, the enemy's attacks on Ukraine will continue, in particular, with the use of Iranian-designed Shahed kamikaze drones.

Yurii Ihnat, a representative of the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, estimated the occupiers' missile stockpiles. He spoke on the air of the United News telethon on Friday, September 15 (to watch the video, scroll to the end).

"It should be clarified that the number of missiles (in Russia - Ed.) is many times less as of the fall of 2023 than it was as of 2022," the military said.

Ihnat is live.

He emphasized that despite Western sanctions, a terrorist country can produce missiles and UAVs.

"But the production of missiles continues, they are making them, there are Western components there. Both in missiles and in Shaheds... And the Western media also emphasize this, that no matter how the sanctions work, Russia continues to receive components for missiles," Ihnat said.

As OBOZREVATEL wrote, on September 10, the director of the Israeli intelligence service Mossad, David Barnea, said that Iran intends to sell Russia short- and long-range missiles in addition to UAVs, which are already being used by the occupiers in a full-scale war against Ukraine. At the same time, a number of arms deals between Tehran and Moscow have been disrupted.

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