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A Ukrainian soldier talks on his smartphone outside a residential building damaged by a missile in Kyiv, Ukraine February 25, 2022.Pierre Crom/Getty Images
Russia is likely to fire cruise missiles with remote nuclear warheads into Ukraine, Britain's Defense Ministry has said.
The improvisation shows how exhausted Russia's stocks of long-range missiles are, it said.
It said the unarmed munitions would "almost certainly" be used as bait to distract Ukraine's air defenses.
Russia is likely to remove the nuclear warheads from aging cruise missiles and fire them at Ukraine, Britain's Defense Ministry said on Saturday.
The improvisation shows how exhausted Russia's stocks of long-range missiles are, it said.
The Defense Ministry said open-source images appeared to show an AS-15 KENT air-launched cruise missile shot down in Ukraine.
The missile was developed for use as a nuclear delivery system in the 1980s, and the department determined that the nuclear warhead had likely been replaced with ballast, a type of heavy material to balance it.
Such an "inert system" can still do some damage from the missile's kinetic energy and unused fuel, according to the department.
However, the unarmed munitions will "almost certainly" be used as decoys to confuse Ukraine's air defenses, the ministry said, as they are unlikely to produce "reliable effects on intended targets".
Russian warship launches cruise missiles. Russian Defense Ministry Press Service/AP
Ukrainian and Western officials have previously indicated that Russia's stockpiles of rockets and shells are rapidly dwindling after Moscow ramped up rocket attacks on infrastructure targets across Ukraine.
US officials previously said that Russia is likely struggling to replenish its stockpiles due to sanctions and supply chain disruptions, the Associated Press reported.
Russia has not provided information on its missile deliveries, and there is no data to independently assess them.
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