At the beginning of its aggression against Ukraine, Russia openly promoted its ability to deliver precise strikes and prevent secondary casualties.

Russia has said Ukrainian cities will be safe from bombings.

APA reports that the intelligence service of the British Ministry of Defense said so.

As the conflict continues beyond Russia's pre-war expectations, its managed ammunition stockpile is likely to be depleted.

"This has forced Russia to use obsolete ammunition that can be used, but is unreliable, inaccurate and easily prevented.

Russia will have difficulty replacing the guided missiles it already uses, "the statement said.

He added that Russia's attack on Ukraine revealed shortcomings in its ability to deliver large-scale accurate strikes.

It was noted that Russia has intensively bombed Ukrainian towns and cities without taking into account the casualties among the civilian population and without discrimination.