The full July 2009 START MOU will not be released until October (this may well be the last START MOU, by the way), but the first deputy of the Nuclear Risk Reduction Center, Col. Sergei Ryzhkov, provided a glimpse in Krasnaya Zvezda interview. According to Ryzhkov, under START rules Russia has 811 strategic launchers with 3906 warheads. This means that the only change since January is the withdrawal of three SS-25/Topol missile.

The actual numbers are somewhat lower - 631 and 2822 respectively (in fact, they the number of operationally deployed warheads is even lower, since I use the rules that count submarines in overhaul).