The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation have almost used up the entire stock of artillery ammunition stored in warehouses in central Russia — the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
Russians are moving ammunition from warehouses located in other regions, which increases delivery time.
There is also an unsatisfactory condition and quality of new batches of ammunition due to improper storage and violation of service rules and regulations. Almost 50% of them show visible signs of rust damage.
The General Staff predicts that the Russian army is likely to face a shortage of artillery ammunition in the next 2-3 months.
The Russian army continues to focus its main efforts on conducting offensive operations at the Kupiansk, Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka and Shakhtarsk directions.
Over the past day, Ukrainian troops repelled over 110 attacks in these areas.
Russians do not stop assaulting the town of Bakhmut.
The Russian army is defending itself in the Zaporizhzhia and Kherson sectors.
Russian troops launched 25 air strikes, 2 missile strikes, and 32 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems.
Ukrainian troops conducted 13 strikes on the areas where Russian personnel and military equipment were concentrated, and struck a position of an anti-aircraft missile system, as well as hit the command post of one of the Russian army units.