As of May 19, 2023, the production rate of Kh-101 missiles in Russia reaches 35 units per month, Kalibrov - 25 missiles. This, in particular, is reported by Ukrainian sources.
In addition, according to Ukrainians, the Russian military-industrial complex produces five Iskander-M missiles and two Kh-47 Kinzhal missiles every month.
These data are unlikely to correspond to reality and are taken "from the ceiling." However, even according to the information provided, the RF Armed Forces have 400 Kh-101 and 300 Kalibr missiles annually, although in fact these figures are more impressive.
At the same time, Ukrainian data indicate an increase in the production of Russian missiles. So, at the end of January of this year, the GUR of Ukraine indicated 53 missiles per month, but now this level has risen to 67, which corresponds to an increase of 20 percent.
Meanwhile, the Russian Federation continues to test the new Hermes missile system to destroy drones, tanks and other enemy combat equipment. The range of "Hermes" is about 100 km. Sources in the Ministry of Defense report high accuracy of hitting targets with these missiles. The decision to send missile systems to the troops will be made based on the results of the tests.
Earlier, Vladimir Putin spoke about Russia's readiness to resume testing of weapons of mass destruction, which was perceived negatively by representatives of the GXNUMX countries.