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Ukraine – Russia. Ukrainian staff: The Russians suffered significant losses last day

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The Ukrainian headquarters published on Tuesday information on the daily and total Russian losses. The presented data show that the Russian Federation has lost almost a thousand soldiers, 15 tanks and nine artillery systems in the last 24 hours. The aggressor’s army was to lose over 166,000 soldiers and, among others, 3,552 tanks since the beginning of the full-scale war.

General Staff of the Armed Forces Ukraine published on Tuesday data on the total Russian losses since the beginning of the full-scale aggression against Ukraine and the losses of the aggressor over the last 24 hours.

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The presented data show that since February 24, 2022, the Russian Federation has lost over 166,000 soldiers (960 in the last 24 hours), 3,552 tanks (15), 6,879 armored vehicles (10), 2,586 artillery systems (9), and 270 anti-aircraft systems. According to information from the Ukrainian side, the Russians also lost 305 aircraft, 2,167 drones (7), 907 cruise missiles and 18 ships.

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The Russians attacked in five directions

“During the day, the enemy carried out 21 air strikes and 9 rocket attacks. One of them was on the city of Sloviansk. There are no casualties among the inhabitants. Another rocket hit Kramatorsk, a civil infrastructure facility. 7 high-rise buildings and 3 private cars were damaged. Fortunately, among the population There were no civilian casualties. In addition, the enemy carried out 57 attacks with missile systems,” the Ukrainian headquarters said in a statement.

The Russians concentrated their main efforts on conducting offensive operations in the directions of Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka, Marjinka and Shakhtar – the Ukrainians were to repel over 120 attacks of the occupiers in the indicated directions.

General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Main photo source: Ministry of Defense of Ukraine/Facebook

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