Western intelligence: the Russians are running out of ammunition, the war in Ukraine has entered the next stage

ITN’s Emma Burrows quotes him on Twitter.

“We have a lot of evidence that munitions are running out … including munitions that are being transported from deep storage,” the official said at a Pentagon news conference.

According to him, the reduced amount of ammunition “will ultimately undermine Russia’s ability to launch an offensive.” Russia currently combined forces of battalions and tactical groups, it is going through difficult times trying to rebuild its strength.”

“At that time, the war in Ukraine moved to another stage”, but the “peak” has not yet been reached. That’s partly because “both sides have come to understand better that this is a marathon, not a sprint,” the official said.

Russian military facilities on the peninsula have recently been rocked by a series of explosions, with the Defense Ministry saying one incident this week was an act of “sabotage”.

Kyiv has not publicly claimed responsibility for the blasts, but Ukrainian politicians and military officials have ironically commented on the incidents online, implying that the country’s forces were involved.

As reported by the news agency “Unian”, explosions took place in the evening of August 18 at the largest occupation air force base in occupied Crimea in Belbek, located in the northwest of Sevastopol.

In the evening of the same day, explosions thundered and Kerches city ​​in occupied Crimea.

In addition, not only the bases of the Russian Air Force, but also ammunition depots are often on fire. One of them caught fire in the Belgorod region on Thursday.

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