There are less than 200 "Iskanders" left in Russia  News of Kharkiv and Ukraine

There are less than 200 “Iskanders” left in Russia News of Kharkiv and Ukraine

There are less than 200 “Iskanders” left in Russia, “Iskander” is now used very rarely. The last time, literally in August, when they applied to the Kyiv region, from the territory of Belarus. They use rockets that are 30-40 years old, reported Vadim Skibitskyi, representative of the State Government

“They have a deficit in “Iskander”, there are less than 200 of them left – this is a reality. “Iskander” is now used very rarely. We also counted S-300 missiles that have been in storage for more than 30 years, and most of them are 35-40 years old. This is essentially a missile that must be removed from the combat formation. It is processed. There are about seven thousand of them,” said the intelligence representative.

Skibitskyi emphasized that at the rate at which the Russian Federation is firing now, its existing missiles may last for another three years.

▪️ Kalibr systems, according to estimates, they could produce 150-180 missiles per year. And the stock that they have, they are already saving, because about 70% of the components are not of Russian production,” said the representative of military intelligence of Ukraine.


Fuente: atn.ua

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