Russia continues to produce Iskander and Kalibr cruise missiles, but not at the same rate as before.

Russia continues to produce Iskander, Kalibr, and X-101 cruise missiles, but not at a pace to launch massive attacks frequently.

Yurii Ihnat, the spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force, reported:

"The [Russian] industry [for production of missiles – ed.], unfortunately, is still in operation. Iskander, Kalibr, and Kh-101 – these are the missiles that mainly threaten [Ukraine] at long distances and are high-precision weapons, and in fact, the industry for these missiles is still functional.

Yes, they cannot produce them [missiles] at the same pace as their forces launch them. The use of missiles does not correlate with their production in factories. That is why the number of possible missile attacks is melting away.

At first, there were 4-5, then 3-4, and now 2-3 [massive missile attacks] are left if we approach this data from a mathematical point of view... Of course, we should consider this, but neither should we relax. Russia still has powerful potential and [many] combat aircraft...

We will defend the state and demilitarise [i.e., destroy and kill – ed.] Russian equipment and occupiers."

Russia attacked 12 settlements in Kharkiv Oblast in the past 24 hours.

The Russian troops deployed mortars and artillery to fire on 12 settlements in Kharkiv Oblast in the past 24 hours, wounding a pensioner.

The occupiers also continue intensive shelling on the Kupiansk front. They hit the areas of Dvorichna, Kyslivka, Kotliarivka, Berestove, etc., settlements.

A house was damaged, and there was also a fire on the territory of outbuildings on an area of 250 square meters in the village of Dvorichna. There were no casualties. A 72-year-old woman who sustained a shrapnel wound the day before was hospitalized in Vovchansk.