Russia Is Running Out Of Modern Weapons | The Gaze
The Russian army, in addition to problems replenishing its stockpile of precision-guided weapons, is experiencing shortages of other resources, according to a report from the US Institute for the Study of War. For example, there is an acute shortage of tires for military equipment. This will limit the mobility of the Russian military at the front in the fall and winter, analysts say. A representative of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, Andrii Yusov, said that Russia can only produce dozens of Kalibr cruise missiles and an even smaller number of Iskander missiles per month. Therefore, it cannot restore its reserves to the level of 2022. Gray imports and smuggling of optical equipment, electronics and chips from abroad cannot fully cover the needs of the Russian army.