Russia has recorded huge losses in the war in Ukraine. Ukrainian Ministry of Defense reports statistics from August 7: News Ticker.
- More than five months after the invasion Ukraine Russian forces are fighting with heavy losses.
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- Editor’s note: Information in Ukraine conflict Some are from warring factions and cannot be directly and independently verified.
+++ 11.20 am: According to British reports, at least half a dozen senior military officers have been dismissed since the start of the war in Ukraine. The poor performance of the armed forces has been very costly for the Russian military leadership. The UK Ministry of Defense said in its update on Sunday (7 August) that at least six commanders would have been sacked as a result. Alexander Tvornikov is said to be one of the dismissed soldiers. The general was dismissed after being given overall command of military operations.
Ukraine-News: Russian Army Losses – As of Sunday
+++ 09.17 am: Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense reports Russian military casualties on a daily basis. Kiev now considers 42,000 Russian soldiers dead. Information cannot be independently verified.
- Players: 42,200
- Flights: 223
- Helicopter: 192
- Tank: 1805
- Armored Fighting Vehicles: 4055
- Artillery systems: 958
- Air Defense Systems: 132
- Multiple rocket launcher systems: 260
- Cars and other vehicles: 2978
- Ships: 15
- Unmanned Combat Drones: 750
- As of Sunday, August 7, 2022
- Information about Russia’s losses in the war in Ukraine comes from the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. They cannot be independently verified. The Kremlin gives very little information about its own losses.
Ukraine-News: Assassination attempt on Russian team member
+++ 8:37 am: According to the Russian occupation administration, one of its members died after the attack in the southern Ukrainian region of Cherson. Vitaly Kura, deputy head of the administration set up by the Russians in the city of Nova Khakovka, suffered injuries, pro-Russian politician Yekaterina Gubareva wrote in a Telegram.
Russian state news agency RIA Novosti also confirmed the crew member’s death. Accordingly, it is said that he was attacked with a gun by unknown persons near his house early this morning.
Update from 6:40 am on Sunday, August 7: The Kyiv Independent reports that the Ukrainian military is destroying Russian troops and equipment in southern Ukraine. Task Force South reported killing 72 Russian soldiers and destroying a 122mm howitzer, a reconnaissance drone, several armored and military vehicles and a field ammunition depot.
Ukrainian forces also launched nine strikes against three Russian bases.
Loss for Russia: Russian-backed separatist leader in coma
+++ 1.15 pm: Volodymyr Saldo, head of the military administration suspended by Russia in the occupied southern Ukrainian region of Kherson, is in an induced coma in an intensive care unit in Moscow with symptoms of poisoning. “Today he was taken from Crimea to Moscow on a special plane in an artificial coma,” Russian Telegram channel BASA reported on Saturday. His condition is considered critical, with poisoning cited as a possible cause.
Zalto, 66, was born in Ukraine and was politically active before the Russian invasion. He was mayor of Kherson from 2002 to 2012, after which he sat in parliament until 2014 for the party of former President Viktor Yanukovych. In 2015, Kherson lost the mayoral election. Shortly after the occupation of large parts of southern Ukraine, Zalto was appointed by the Russians to head the military administration in Kherson.
Heavy casualties for Russia: Ukrainian forces destroy ammunition depots
Updated from Saturday, August 06, 06:35: The Ukrainian military is destroying six Russian ammunition depots in southern Ukraine, The Kyiv Independent reported.
Accordingly, task force “South” according to its own reports killed 79 Russian soldiers and destroyed four tanks, two howitzers, an artillery installation, a radar station and 22 armored and military vehicles. Ukrainian forces reportedly attacked two Russian checkpoints and a command post.
Ukraine-News: The Russian invaders have flown
+++ 8.33 pm: According to their own reports, the Ukrainian armed forces put the Russian invaders to flight during an attack in the direction of Marinka. In the city, about 30 kilometers from Donetsk, Russia is attempting to advance and has been airlifted, according to reports. General staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Ukraine has successfully repelled three more attacks, the report said. These were in the direction of the villages of Krasnorivka, Avtivka and Pisky. It is not yet clear what losses Russia or Ukraine suffered as a result. The information could not be independently verified.
Ukraine-News: Allegedly Informed Russia – Spy Arrested
Update as of Friday, August 5, 5:50 p.m.: The war in Ukraine continues unabated. Ukraine’s secret service announces another loss to Russia. According to the report, the suspected spy was caught and arrested.
The arrested man is said to be none other than the “former deputy head of the main intelligence department of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine.” He is suspected of passing classified information to Russia. He is said to have tried to open fire on officers during a raid where he currently works at the “State Space Agency of Ukraine”.
The major general, who is currently detained, is also facing charges of illegal possession of arms and attempted murder. According to the SBU secret service, the investigation is ongoing. The information could not be independently verified.
Losses to Russia: Ukraine destroys Russian ammunition depots
Report from Friday 5th August: Kyiv/Moscow – Ukrainian forces have destroyed three Russian military ammunition depots: one each in Kherson, Prydniprovske and Tokarivka in southern Ukraine, according to a Facebook statement from an operational Ukrainian military command. However, this information could not be independently verified.
Also, 41,650 Russian soldiers are said to have fallen in the Ukraine war. This emerges from the daily updated statistics, which include the news portal Ukraine Pravda Published. (good luck)
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