The lack of ammunition is one of the main reasons why Russia cannot resume large-scale ground offensive operations in Ukraine. This is reported by the British Ministry of Defense.
Another factor that the department names in its daily summary is problems with logistics. The withdrawal of Russian troops from the western bank of the Dnieper gave the Armed Forces the opportunity to strike at additional Russian logistics hubs and communications. Probably because of this, Russia moved its supply points, including railway ones, further south and east.
This makes them vulnerable to Ukrainian artillery, as Russian army logistics units will have to do the extra work of loading and unloading from rail to road.
Logistics and lack of ammunition are not the only problems of the Russian army. In the war in Ukraine, she is also forced to work with outdated equipment and in conditions of a shortage of personnel. Read about the ten main problems of the Russian Armed Forces in The Insider.