Colossal losses of Russia in the war against Ukraine became known (infographics)

Over the past 24 hours, 550 Russian invaders have been eliminated.

During the day, 550 invaders were destroyed / photo UNIAN, Sergey Revera
During the day, 550 invaders were destroyed / photo UNIAN, Sergey Revera

The losses of the Russian invaders in the war against Ukraine exceeded 70 thousand killed.

This was reported by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the morning report.

In particular, the total enemy combat losses from February 24 to October 29 were approximately:

  • personnel – about 70 thousand 250 (+550) people liquidated,
  • tanks – 2659 (+19) units,
  • armored combat vehicles – 5401 (+23),
  • artillery systems – 1708 (+9),
  • MLRS – 380 (+1),
  • air defense systems – 195 (+3),
  • aircraft – 273 (+1),
  • helicopters – 252 (+1),
  • UAV operational-tactical level – 1406 (+5),
  • cruise missiles – 351,
  • ships/boats – 16,
  • automotive equipment and tankers – 4107 (+19),
  • special equipment – 152 (+1).
70 thousand invaders liquidated / UNIAN infographic
70 thousand invaders liquidated / UNIAN infographic

Losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the war with Russia

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Zaluzhny said at the end of August that  almost 9,000 Ukrainian heroes had already died in the war with the Russian Federation. in the war with the Russian Federation . But it was not specified what period they are talking about – from 2014 or from the start of a full-scale invasion in 2022.

In July, Volodymyr Zelensky, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, stated that Ukraine was  losing 30 people dead  and about 250 wounded every day, despite the fact that at the peak of hostilities in May and June, losses were from 100 to 200 troops per day.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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