Russia estimated to have spent $400-700 million on Oct. 10 missile strikes

11 October 2022, 12:46 PM
Consequences of strikes on the city of Dnipro (Photo:REUTERS/Mykola Synelnykov)

Consequences of strikes on the city of Dnipro (Photo:REUTERS/Mykola Synelnykov)

The Russian military expended $400-700 in cruise missiles and UAVs in its Oct. 10 attack, according to an article by Forbes Ukraine.

It is noted the barrage involved various missiles, such as Kh-101, Kh-555, Kalibr, Iskander, S-300, and Tornado-S.

To calculate the cost of these missiles, Forbes Ukraine used the following estimates: the cost of the Kh-101 missile - $13 million, Kalibr - $6.5 million, Iskander - $3 million, Oniks - $1.25 million, Kh-22 - $1 million, Tochka-U - $0.3 million.

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The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in an evening update on Oct. 10 reported that the Russian army launched more than 84 missile and air strikes across Ukraine, using cruise, ballistic, anti-aircraft guided missiles, and loitering munitions. Ukrainian air defenses intercepted 43 enemy cruise missiles and 13 drones.

The attack killed 14 and injured at least 90 people.

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