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Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence Agency reports that Russian missile deliveries have dropped to a very low level.

Firefighters work on a damaged building after a Russian missile attack in Zaporozhye, Ukraine on October 10. (José Colon/Anatolu Agency/Getty Images)

The Ukrainian Defense Intelligence Agency believes that Russia’s supply of various types of missiles is very limited.

“The Russian defense industry cannot produce enough new missiles, and those that went into combat on February 24 have already been exhausted,” Brigadier General Khrylo Budanov, head of Ukraine’s defense intelligence agency, said in a statement. Reports distributed by the agency.

“For many products this number has already fallen below the critical level. I am referring to the 30% level,” he added.

Budanov alleged that Russian deliveries of “Iskander” cruise missiles, for example, were down 13% from normal.

More information on military logistics from Russia: Estimates of Russian missile inventory are guesswork. In May, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia had launched 2,154 missiles and may have used 60% of its arsenal with precision missiles. It seems like an illusion now.

The Pentagon’s view in May was that of its weapons stockpile, Russia “spent the least on cruise missiles, particularly air-launched cruise missiles,” but Moscow has more than 50% of its pre-war inventory.

Butanov said, “Russia is forced to look at some options to deal with the missile shortage.” They even got to the point where they started using Iranian unmanned aerial vehicles.

He said Russia was “gradually reducing” its supply of Iranian drones and that Russia was asking more that Iran’s production was “not an immediate process.”

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Russian forces have used a “vast” number of precision-guided missiles throughout the ongoing conflict with Ukraine, a senior US military official said last Friday.

“I think the fact that they’re going to use drones with the Iranians now speaks to their concern with precision munitions, so every single one of them being shot down will be very carefully considered by the Russians,” the official said.