23 Nov 2022 21:57

Dmitry Medvedev, Russia’s deputy head of the Security Council, has pointed out that there is no question of Russia’s weapons stocks being exhausted. Opponents of Russia who expect such a scenario would be wrong.

Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council, announced on his Telegram channel on Wednesday that he had visited the state research and production company “Region”. It was discussed how the Russian troops could be supplied even more with high-precision weapons. Medvedev explained:

“The enemies continue to carefully ‘calculate’ our launches and supplies. They hope in vain that our possibilities will be exhausted. There will be a sequel. There is enough for everyone!”

Yuri Borisov, the Russian Deputy Prime Minister responsible for the arms industry, announced in May that Russia had enough high-precision missiles and ammunition. According to a number of speculations, Russia should have run out of missiles in March, he said at the time. However, this did not happen because:

“The military-industrial complex provides our army with all the necessary missiles in required quantities. Stocks of modern high-precision missiles and ammunition are sufficient to perform all the tasks assigned to the Russian Armed Forces.”

Over the past few months, reports have surfaced in the Western media that Russia is running out of precision guided missiles.

Russia is increasingly relying on Iranian drones for its airstrikes against targets in Ukraine. Even after the Crimean bridge attack, the Russian military responded with conventional means, despite Dmitry Medvedev’s threat in the summer that if Crimea was hit, he would “unleash Armageddon.” If Russia had enough precision guided missiles at its disposal, the country would not have used the “notoriously inaccurate” S-300, the reasoning goes.

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Source: RT

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