ISW: Russia will slow down shelling of Ukraine's infrastructure

ISW: Russia will slow down shelling of Ukraine's infrastructure

Russian invaders will be forced to slow down the pace of the shelling campaign against critical Ukrainian infrastructure. This was reported by the American Institute for the Study of War.

Analysts note that on November 15, Russia carried out the largest series of missile attacks on Ukraine's critical infrastructure since the start of a full-scale invasion. This indicates that Russian forces are running out of precision-guided weapons systems and will likely be forced to slow down their campaign against critical Ukrainian infrastructure.

The ISW also noted that the Kremlin had prepared a massive missile campaign before how President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky presented his 10-point peace proposal at the G20 summit on November 15, as a missile campaign in several directions requires significant military preparation.

Among other things, experts drew attention to the increase in the percentage of missiles shot down by Ukraine, which testifies to the improvement in Ukrainian air defense over the past month, and the Ukrainian General Staff attributes this improvement to the effectiveness of air defense systems provided by the West.

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