Katerina Schwartz15:57, 05/21/23
According to the US President, it doesn’t matter if Bakhmut is occupied or not.
In the battles for the city of Bakhmut in the Donetsk region, Russia lost about 100 thousand personnel.
This statement was made by US President Joe Biden during a press conference at the G7 summit in Japan, noting that Bakhmut is occupied or not, it does not matter.
“They say about Bakhmut whether they lost it or not. The truth is that Russia suffered the loss of more than 100 thousand people in Bakhmut. It is difficult to make up for it. It doesn’t matter whether it is occupied or not, there are still almost no buildings left. they (the Defense Forces) managed to tie down a lot of Russian troops, including the Wagner group,” he said, discussing the future Ukrainian counteroffensive.
As you know, the battles for Bakhmut have been going on since the summer of 2022.
But, but, but, but, than you have a complete ruined empy city ………which will never be rebuild.
And how many wounded? Or shot by the Tik-tok gang during ‘retreat’?
It may be true. Let’s hope so anyway. It doesn’t much help Ukraine, because he needs to focus on how he can help them eliminate five times that number. He might think that he’s demoralising the putinaZis. Far from it; he clearly does not understand the totalitarian mindset. To putler, the losses are worthwhile. He could order his vermin to take 10 cities of a similar size; at a loss of 1m expendable orcs. He’d still be happy, because God knows how many valuable defenders’ lives would have been taken.
Putler wants the land and what’s underneath it. The poisonous nazi toad doesn’t care about people or buildings.
That is why the allies need to help the defenders to take down 3000 orcs each and every day. That and the material losses would ensure a quick victory for Ukraine.
“They say about Bakhmut whether they lost it or not. The truth is that Russia suffered the loss of more than 100 thousand people in Bakhmut.”
No russian people were lost in Bakhmut. 100,000 orcs, cockroaches and other form of pond life, maybe!