"Russia may double its missile strikes on Ukraine after buying missiles from Iran," said Vadym Skibitsky, a representative of Defence Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.
Russia used about 80 percent of its modern missiles to strike Ukrainian civilian infrastructure.
Since the beginning of the special operation, the Russian army has seriously depleted its stockpile of missile weapons due to the constant shelling of Ukrainian cities. Today, the Russian Armed Forces have already used about 80% of their modern missiles. In particular, only 120 units of "Iskanders" remained in the arsenal of the occupiers.
According to the Defence Intelligence of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, the Kremlin plans to purchase Fateh-110 and Zolfaghar ballistic missiles from Iran and send them by air to Crimea and by sea to Russian ports on the Caspian Sea.
"We know that agreements have already been reached," Skibitsky said.