Britain: The stockpile of modern Russian missiles is decreasing

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Russia is using anti-ship missiles in “a secondary role against land targets, possibly due to a reduction in stockpiles of more accurate modern weapons,” the British Ministry of Defense said in its latest security intelligence update on the war in Ukraine.

Russia dismisses Britain’s security reports as propaganda.

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British intelligence said the weapon that hit a shopping center in the city of Kremenchuk on June 27 was probably a KH-32 missile used for surface-to-surface strikes and “not intended to accurately hit land targets.”

The most recent strikes against a residential complex in Odessa were probably carried out with the use of a KH-22 missile which has an even lower strike accuracy,” according to the same report by the British Ministry of Defence.

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Source: Capital

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