The Russian army has already lost 20%. Subsections. The estimates made by the Pentagon are presented


Załużny spoke today with US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Mark Milley.

– During today’s telephone conversation, we again checked the estimates of Russia’s losses in this war. The enemy suffered significant losses, mainly in manpower – a fifth of the Russian army participating in combat operations in Ukraine was destroyed.

– Załużny announced on Facebook.

He also mentioned having informed Milli that active combat operations are currently taking place on a 1,300 km front.

– We need more artillery. Again, I turned to our partners on this – he added.

According to Ukrainian civil service data, 43,400 Russian soldiers have died in Ukraine so far. According to the Pentagon, Russia has lost 70-80,000 so far. Soldiers, killed and wounded.

In an evening announcement, Ukrainian officials reported heavy fighting in Oleksandopol, Krasnohorivka, Avdiyivka, Marzinga and Pskov in the Donetsk region.

In the same round Russian troops unsuccessfully attempted to improve tactical positions at Pavlivka, Novosibirsk, Losov and Shirok.. Near Pakmut and Avdiyivka, Russian forces fired from the ground and from the air, noting the command of the Ukrainian army.

Clashes also took place in the Kharkiv region near the village of Bydomnyk, where the Ukrainian army inflicted casualties on the invaders and forced them to retreat. In the same region, civilian infrastructure was shot down in a dozen or more towns, including Kharkiv, the oblast capital. The Russians also do serious espionage using drones.

Expelling Enerhoder

– People are leaving Enerhodar and other towns near the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant; The reason is growing tension around Europe’s biggest nuclear power station, which is occupied by Russian troops, BBC Radio and TV reported today.

A video posted by the station on its website shows a column of cars stretching for miles; It was explained that everyone in these vehicles was leaving Enerhoder.

On Saturday, Ukrainian military intelligence announced that the Russian invaders planned to open fire on the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant from self-propelled artillery with a Ukrainian flag.

The BBC was able to speak to an engineer at the Zaporizhzhia power plant. The potential threat, he said, is not the same as what happened at Chernobyl in 1986, but what happened in the aftermath of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami at the Fukushima nuclear power plant. Then the reactor lost its cooling capacity, the hermetic zone of the reactor was disturbed and radioactive materials escaped..

– There is nothing the world can do about this situation – said the employee of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, who wished to remain anonymous.

Source:, PAP


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