The Russian Federation continues to produce missiles and drones. The occupiers also have a lot of missile weapons, which are dangerous primarily for front-line settlements. In particular, we are talking about the S-300.

This was announced on the air of the telethon by the representative of the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense Andriy Yusov.

"Of course, these are not high-precision weapons. It just flies in a certain direction and hits what's squared. This is a weapon that is primarily directed against the civilian population and civilian infrastructure," the intelligence officer explained.

The Russians have a lot of Soviet small arms. According to Yusov, it will be enough "for a significant amount of personnel reserve."

Meanwhile, the situation with the enemy's armored vehicles is more complicated. Here we are not talking about the manufacture of a new one, but about the deconservation and modernization of stock samples.

"There is a critical shortage of modern technologies: modern optics, modern radio electronics, circuits, microchips. All this is necessary for the modernization of modern technology. Therefore, the occupiers will continue to have problems with this. But there are also certain possibilities. The production of missile weapons continues. The production of mostly attack drones has been established. This is really a problem for us, because these are the consequences of circumventing sanctions. At the same time, the production of drones in itself is not a state-of-the-art production," Yusov emphasizes.

Earlier, intelligence assessed the likelihood of Russian strikes in winter. The Main Directorate of Intelligence says that this winter will be difficult, like last year's. Civilian infrastructure, as well as the economic potential of Ukraine, is under attack.

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