As of October 12, Russia had 609 precision-guided missiles left out of 1,844 that were at the beginning of a full-scale invasion. Defense Minister Alexei Reznikov published this assessment on Twitter.
“The demilitarization of Russia. By using hundreds of high-precision missiles against civilian targets in Ukraine, the aggressor state reduces its ability to strike at military targets. Two conclusions: Russia's military defeat is inevitable; Russia is a terrorist state,” Reznikov commented.
Reznikov also published comparative Defense Ministry statistics on the number of precision-guided Russian missiles as of February 23 and October 12.
So, the invaders had 900 ballistic missiles of the «Iskander» – left 124, 500 sea-based cruise missiles & # 171; Caliber & # 187; – 272 left, as well as 444 Kh-101 and Kh-555 air-launched missiles – 213 left.