Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed half of the combined arms armies of Russia – Arestovich

35 motorized rifle and 10 tank regiments were liquidated.

Arestovich called large-scale losses of Russia / photo from UNIAN
Arestovich called large-scale losses of Russia / photo from UNIAN

Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have destroyed five enemy combined arms armies.

Oleksiy Arestovich, adviser to the head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, spoke about this in a conversation with Russian human rights activist Mark Feigin.

According to him, Ukrainian soldiers destroyed 1,730 enemy tanks and 3,950 armored vehicles. These are approximately 54 and 124 battalion sets, respectively. 

“Now it turns out that we have completely destroyed 35 motorized rifle regiments and 10 tank regiments in Ukraine. This is 10 motorized rifle divisions or five combined arms armies. Five combined arms armies were buried here out of 10 available in the Russian Federation,” Arestovich said.

He also said that the defenders of Ukraine destroyed 14 divisions of the MLRS and 70 divisions of cannon artillery of the Russian Federation.

Earlier, experts calculated the minimum losses of the Russian Federation in the war in Ukraine.

Meanwhile, CIA director William Burns said that the United States of America estimates Russia’s losses in Ukraine “in the region of 15,000 killed and about three times as many wounded.”

As UNIAN reported earlier, the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed the command and observation post of the National Guard in the Kherson direction.

(C)UNIAN 2022

3 comments

    • Sir Red I pray you’re right. Putin is like all other sociopathic dictators and he will put children on the front before he goes down. Please someone put a bullet in Putin and Luka’s head before more innocent lives are murdered.

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