Vadym Skibitskyi, “In October 2023, russia Produced 115 High-Precision Missiles”
In an interview with RBK-Ukraine, Vadym Skibitskyi, a representative of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, reported on the number of missiles produced by terrorist russia in October 2023.
According to Vadym Skibitskyi, last month, the aggressor state russia's military-industrial complex manufactured 115 high-precision missiles with a range of over 350 kilometers, in particular:
- 40 Kh-101 cruise missiles;
- 30 Iskander-M ballistic missiles;
- 20 Kalibr cruise missiles;
- 12 Iskander-K cruise missiles;
- 9 Kh-32 cruise missiles;
- 4 ‘kindzhal’ aeroballistic missiles.
All in all, russia has about 870 high-precision missiles of the operational-strategic and strategic level in its stockpile.
Commenting on moscow's likely intentions to attack our infrastructure facilities in the autumn-winter period, Vadym Skibitskyi noted that the russians are currently waiting for the increasing in the load on Ukraine's energy system.
“This can happen during the onset of cold weather, when electricity consumption reaches its peak in the autumn-winter period – russians are waiting for the temperature to drop below zero,” explained the representative of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine.
He added that the tactics of possible enemy attacks could include the employment of various types of missiles and a combination of missile weapons and attack UAVs.
“According to Ukraine's military intelligence, this will definitely not be primitive attacks like last year. [...] It will be difficult for the russians to achieve the result – we are also preparing and understand how they operate, what they reconnoiter and, accordingly, take measures to protect our energy system,” said Vadym Skibitskyi.