Russia is running out of prepared stocks of weapons, NSDC chief says

11 March, 07:30 PM
Oleksiy Danilov (Photo:Рада національної безпеки та оборони України/Facebook)

Oleksiy Danilov (Photo:Рада національної безпеки та оборони України/Facebook)

Russia’s weapons stocks that have taken decades to amass are running low now, the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) of Ukraine, Oleksiy Danilov, tweeted on March 11.

"Russia is running out of prepared stockpiles of weapons. Missiles and military equipment have been accumulated for decades. Calculations were for blitzkrieg, not ‘blitz-utilization,’” he said.

Danilov believes the corrupt country is unable to supply its frontline troops with all they need, which has made foreign aid a priority for terrorists.

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Ukraine’s military intelligence has also claimed that Russia's stockpiles of various missile types are "critically low."

Previously, the intelligence reported that the March 9 Russian mass missile and drone attack showed a significant shortage of missiles. It may have taken the aggressor country a month to amass the weapons for the attack.

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