No less than 71,200 Russian soldiers have been killed since the war in Ukraine began, according to Kyiv’s tally published on Sunday.
At the end of February last year, the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense released a balance sheet of Russian losses as Ukrainian advances continued to recover territory lost at the start of the Russian invasion.
The grand figures are disputed by Moscow and we have not been able to verify their accuracy.
These data indicate that 71,200 Russian soldiers, including 950, were killed in the last 24 hours. A particularly heavy loss for the Russian Army, which laments the loss of 13 tanks (total 2,672), 52 armored vehicles (5,453), 16 artillery vehicles (1,724), 3 rocket launchers (383), 2 air defense systems. (197), 1 military aircraft (274) and 6 drones (1,412).
The army has been weakening in recent weeks. The head of Ukrainian intelligence, Kyrillo Budanov, pointed out this Saturday The strategic city of Kherson will be retaken from the Russians By the end of November.
In addition, Chechen leader Kadyrov criticized General Alexander Lapin of the Russian Central Army in Ukraine who was removed from all his functions on Saturday. He is paying for the recent failures of the Russian military in Ukraine.
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