November 30, 2022

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Pentagon Chief Says Russia Has No Artillery Missiles

The US Defense Secretary assessed on Wednesday that Russia was facing “logistical” and “munitions stockpile” difficulties.

Russia suffers from a “significant shortage” of ammunition for its artillery, which could be limited Its operations in Ukraine In the future, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said on Wednesday.

Lloyd Austin told a group of reporters aboard a military plane that “the Russians have had logistical problems from the beginning” of the Ukraine invasion and “they’re still struggling with the logistics.”

They “suffer from a significant shortage of artillery missiles,” the Pentagon chief noted, especially since Kyiv destroyed several stocks of Russian ammunition.

Shares have fallen significantly

Russia used its artillery extensively from the beginning of the warFiring numerous rockets at Ukrainian forces before any movement on the ground.

“For this kind of operation, you need a lot of ammunition. I’m not sure they’ll have enough to allow this kind of thing in the future,” he added.

Lloyd Austin said that stockpiles of Russian precision missiles had been “significantly reduced” nine months into the war, and that Moscow could not replace them quickly because of trade sanctions imposed on Russia, particularly on micro-processors.

Russia launched a total of 70 cruise missiles at Ukraine on Wednesday, 51 of which were shot down, causing massive power outages after the Ukrainian Air Force bombardment.

Original article published on BFMTV.com

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