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Russia will need 5 years to restore stocks of missiles due to sanctions

The source of Ukrainska Pravda in security forces said this information.

"They will need five years to restore the stock to February 2022 levels. Sanctions are keeping them from acquiring parts".

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The source added that Russia will be able to produce missiles "little by little" using existing reserves, but "at a slower pace and in smaller quantities".

Russian missile Kh-101
Russian missile Kh-101

In almost eight months of full-scale war, according to the Minister of Defence of Ukraine Oleksii Reznikov, Russia has used up two-thirds of its arsenal of high-precision missiles. As of October 14, it had approximately 609 of 1,844 such munitions left.

The head of Ukrainian defence intelligence, Kyrylo Budanov, said that Russia is already using its remaining stock of Iskanders (13% left) and is still trying to "stay within its norms" with regard to Kalibrs and the Kh-101 and Kh-555 missiles (43% and 45% remaining, respectively).

Russian missile Kalibr
Russian missile Kalibr

The Russians are already using Iranian-made kamikaze drones, and are allegedly planning to use Iranian-made ballistic missiles as well as Iranian helmets and body armour for newly mobilised recruits.

Iran denies that it is arming Russia for the war, but media reports say a deal on additional drones and surface-to-surface missiles was reached on 6 October.

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