Zelensky speaks about ratio of losses in war with Russia

June 29

The ratio of losses in the war between Ukraine and Russia is one to five in Ukraine’s favor, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in an interview with the U.S. television channel NBC on June 29.

At the same time, Zelensky said that Russia still has more power to attack Ukraine.

According to the president, when Ukraine loses one person, Russia loses five, and when Ukraine loses one tank, the Russians lose five.

However, he stressed that Ukraine was still in a really difficult situation, as the number of enemy tanks and manpower of Russia is ten times higher than that of Ukraine.

Zelensky said that the Ukrainian defenders were pushing back the Russian invaders in some areas, but were forced to retreat due to the numerical superiority of the enemy.

He added that it was not just a war between Russia and Ukraine, but a war between the entire civilized world with Russia – with its military and political leadership, and with its army.

Zelensky also praised the support and military assistance coming from Western countries.

7 comments

  1. As the quality of orc “soldiers” drops, and it is dropping continuously, the ratio will only increase. The ratio of equipment losses will also increase to favor Ukraine even more, as better weapons and their freshly trained crews reach the fronts. Here, too, mafia land is relying more and more on ancient Soviet-era junk and even on civilian trucks and so forth.

    • If you have time facts, watch this video of the “highly trained” orcs fighting in Ukraine.

      • This guy has mentioned many points that I’ve noticed myself before and that’s been reported on various news and social channels. If I were a ruskie, knowledgeable with military matters, I’d have lost confidence in victory months ago already. They can’t even get their propaganda right anymore!
        Thanks for the video, it was interesting!

      • I wonder if the death rate for ruskies in mafia land really is 0. They never admit any losses, and there have been many explosions and fires since the war started. Can all this happens with 0 casualties? Granted, even so, the losses for Ukraine are far higher. Unfortunately.

What is your opinion?