The military leadership could not provide tires for the Russian army, which made it difficult to move wheeled vehicles in difficult road conditions.
Russian industry, under pressure from sanctions, cannot produce enough rubber to replace worn tires of military equipment essential to frontline operations. This was stated in the ISW report on the results of Wednesday, September 6th.
They noted that increased tire wear will complicate the movement of wheeled vehicles in difficult road conditions.
Earlier, Russian authorities said they would find a solution to the problem of damaged tires before mid-August, but as of September 5, the situation has not changed. The low quality and lack of new tires will further limit the mobility of the Russians in autumn and winter.
In addition, it is reported that the Russian military-industrial complex is facing a growing problem with the lack of parts for high-precision weapons.
Analysts say Russia can only produce “dozens” of Caliber cruise missiles and fewer Iskander missiles each month, preventing Russia from replenishing its domestic stocks until 2022.
The Russian Federation is also experiencing difficulties in obtaining modern optical equipment, electronics, chips and circuits for the production of missiles. According to experts, “grey imports” and smuggling cannot fully cover the needs of Russia’s “defense industry”.
It was previously reported that Russia has closed access to the data of people with disabilities. The Social Fund of Russia refused to explain to journalists why it was decided to hide this information.
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