Media: Russia produces up to 40 Iskander missiles a month

Russia is capable of producing an average of 40 Iskander ballistic missiles per month. This was reported to by an interlocutor in the Security and Defense Forces.

According to him, according to the latest data, Russia has about 195 missiles of this type in stock.

The source also said that as of May, Russia had deployed 52 Iskander missile launchers along the border with Ukraine. Compared to February, their number increased by four units.

As a reminder, Iskander is a family of surface-to-surface ballistic missile systems. The maximum range of a target with ballistic missiles from the Iskander-M is at least 500 km (publicly announced) and can reach 700 km (according to expert estimates, in the case of a nuclear warhead or a lightweight conventional warhead).

  • On April 25, the Russian army attacked the city of Smila, Cherkasy region, with an Iskander-K missile. Civilian infrastructure was hit, and logistics railroad connections were damaged.
  • On April 29, the occupiers attacked Odesa with an Iskander ballistic missile with a cluster munition. Six people were killed in the attack.
  • On the evening of April 30, Russian troops attacked densely populated areas of Odesa with three Iskander-M ballistic missiles, killing three people and injuring three others.
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