Russia has largely exhausted its hyper-precision missiles
The US Institute for the Study of War (ISW) believes that Russian forces have exhausted mainly their stockpile of precision-guided weapons systems and will likely be forced to scale back their strikes on critical infrastructure in Ukraine.
However, Russian missile strikes continue to threaten Ukrainian civilians. Still, damage to energy infrastructure is unlikely to dampen Ukrainian morale, given Ukraine's improved air defenses and recent ground victories in the Kherson region.
#Russian forces conducted the largest set of missile strikes against #Ukrainian critical infrastructure since the start of the war, likely using a substantial portion of their remaining high-precision weapon systems.https://t.co/YTIzBhQY6l pic.twitter.com/ZELTYO8N6i— ISW (@TheStudyofWar) November 16, 2022
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