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The losses of Russians in the war with Ukraine have increased – UNIAN

The enemy suffered the greatest losses in the Bakhmut direction.

Russia suffers heavy losses in battles with the Armed Forces of Ukraine / REUTERS

Ukrainian military destroyed another 200 invaders.

About this on his page in Facebook reports the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“The total combat losses of the enemy from February 24 to June 23 were approximately: personnel – about 34,430 (+200) people liquidated, tanks – 1,504 (+8) units, armored combat vehicles – 3,632 (+18) units, artillery systems – 756 (+4) units, MLRS – 240 (+1) units, air defense systems – 99 (+0) units, aircraft – 216 (+0) units, helicopters – 183 (+1) units, operational-tactical UAVs 620 (+6), cruise missiles – 137 (+0), ships / boats – 14 (+0) units, vehicles and tankers – 2,548 (+5) units, special vehicles – 60 (+0)”, – the message says.

The enemy suffered the greatest losses in the Bakhmut direction. The data is being specified.

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Russia has focused all its efforts on the capture of Donbass. Currently, fierce battles for Severodonetsk continue. Enemy coming soon can capture Lysichanskexperts from ISW warn.

At the same time, in the area of ​​Belogorovka, the invaders refused to force the Seversky Donetsfearing new large losses in equipment and manpower.

June 21 the enemy again attacked the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Slavic directionand in the Kharkiv region is trying to keep the Ukrainian forces and prevent them from reaching the Russian border.

According to the head of the Center for Military Legal Research Alexander Musienko, Russia’s goals is the capture of Severodonetsk, a campaign from the south to Lysichansk and movement from Popasnaya with further control over the Lysichansk-Bakhmut highway.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson believes that Russia may run out of resources in the battles in the Donbass.

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