Russia plans to equip Kh-32 missiles with cluster munitions, partisans from the National Resistance Center (NRC) claims.

The underground movement said that it received documents from the Dubna Machine-Building Plant in the Moscow region indicating that the Russian Ministry of Defense tasked engineers with modernizing cruise missiles with cluster munitions in October.

The NRC has not yet recorded cases of the Russians using cluster munitions, but calls on Ukrainians to promptly respond to air alarms, “because the enemy disregards international law and is ready to use more lethal weapons against the civilian population.”

On Dec. 19, Ukrainian partisans in the ATESH movement announced that they had confidential documents from the Dubna Machine-Building Plant, revealing problems cruise missile production problems in Russia. 



The partisans found out that the plant failed to fulfill the annual state order.

“By Nov. 10, the plant was supposed to produce 80 missiles but actually produced only 61. According to a source in the plant's management, the state order was too large and exceeded the plant's capabilities by more than three times,” an ATESH movement partisan said.

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