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In the Ukrainian war, soldiers die on both sides every day. Losses accumulate – an overview.

  • Great losses within Ukraine war Accumulate on both sides Russia As well as for them Ukraine.
  • Reports of poor morale in the Russian armed forces continue to circulate. There must also be acts of sabotage.
  • Our editorial board reports on the situation surrounding the losses in the Ukraine war This news ticker To Conflict in Ukraine In the distance. The parties to the conflict are the source of the information. Information on casualties or the course of the war cannot be verified directly or independently.

+++ 2.30pm: Serhiy Hajday, Governor of the Luhansk Region, On Friday (June 10) the Russian army is facing heavy casualties every day. “The Russians have significantly more casualties than the Ukrainians,” Hajdaj said, “and they are dying like flies.” However, he said he could not provide any information on Ukrainian casualties. In doing so, he addressed very little data on Ukrainian losses. However, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksi Resnikov recently issued an insight: “Every day up to 100 of our soldiers are killed and up to 500 wounded.” This was confirmed by President Volodymyr Zhelensky: “Every day we lose 60 to 100 fallen soldiers and about 500 wounded.

Russian soldiers in the Kaliningrad region. © Vitaly Never / Imego Images

+++ 1pm: According to their own reports, Russian troops attacked an airport and a tank factory in Donbass on Friday night. “High-precision ground-to-air missiles were used at Dniebro airport to destroy aircraft technology of the Ukrainian armed forces and to adjust weapons technology in the Kharkov region,” Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said on Friday. morning. In addition, more than 500 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in the front by Russian air, rocket and artillery fire. In addition, 13 armored cars, nine artillery pieces, 6 rocket launchers and 16 military vehicles belonging to the Ukrainian army were paralyzed. According to Konashenko, 16 ammunition depots were destroyed. The information cannot be verified independently.

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+++ 08.45 am: A Russian faction has openly refused to fight. This was stated by the public servants of Ukraine. Accordingly, the Association is the motorized infantry division of the 1st Army. Sources said the unit had previously suffered heavy casualties in the Kharkiv region. The information cannot be verified independently.

+++ 08.00 am: On Thursday (June 9) seven attacks by Russian forces in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions were repulsed by Ukrainian troops. This was announced by Ukrainian public servants through the news portal Kiev Independent. Among others, ten tanks, four armored vehicles, an army camp and five Russian military drones were destroyed.

The attacks also caused damage to infrastructure: more than 20 homes were shelled, and numerous homes and farms were destroyed. A train station was also attacked. Two people were killed, according to public servants. So far, no statement has been received from the Russian side. The information cannot be verified independently.

Update Friday, June 10, 6:30 pm: According to Ukrainian sources, Russian troops suffered significant casualties in the Battle of Zhivorodonetsk in eastern Ukraine. “The Russians have significantly more casualties than the Ukrainians,” Luhansk Governor Sergei Hajte said on Facebook.

The ratio is “ten per”. He did not give any information about the Ukrainian casualties. The Russian military has withdrawn the remains of units from the Republic of Buryatia in the Far East of Russia. “They die like flies,” Hajj said. According to President Zhelensky, the fierce fighting for the city points the way to further development in Donbass. The information was not verified independently.

Ukraine: At least 13 people have been killed in a rocket fire in Stakhanov

+++ 6.15pm: In eastern Ukraine, many were killed in the pro-Russian Luhansk region. The rocket launcher fire is said to have killed at least 13 people in the city of Stakhanov, DPA reports.

Republican President Leonid Paseknik told Russian media on Thursday (June 9) that “about 20 Uragan missiles hit the country.” It said six people were injured, except for the dead. Russian-backed separatists accuse Ukraine of direct firing on residential areas. So far, the information could not be verified independently.

+++ 1pm: Ukraine records that every day in the war with the Russian army “up to a hundred soldiers were killed and up to 500 wounded.” Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksi Resnikov said on Thursday that the situation in the front line in the eastern Donbass region was difficult. “The Kremlin is constantly pressing, stumbling, facing strong opposition and facing heavy casualties with the sheer masses,” Resnikov said in a statement posted online.

+++ 10.30 am: Surprisingly, the data of Ukrainian public servants on the losses in Russia was corrected. Most recently, it was reported that more than 31,800 soldiers had already fallen on the Russian side. The latest figures released by the Kiev Independent News website on Thursday morning put the death toll at 31,700. However, this is a rounding. In addition to personnel losses, the Russian military lost nearly 1,400 tanks and more than 200 military aircraft. So far, no report has been received from the Kremlin.

Ukraine War: Ukraine suffered heavy casualties in the Battle of Svyadohirs

+++ 09.00 am: Russia already on Wednesday (June 8) Massive casualties have been reported in the Ukrainian military. Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said Ukraine had lost more than 300 militants around the city of Svyadohirsk in just three days. In addition, 15 war vehicles and 36 weapons systems were destroyed. The information cannot be verified independently

Update Thursday, June 9, 7:45 PM: According to Kiev officials, Ukraine and Russia have returned the bodies of 50 soldiers. Among the Ukrainians killed were 37 “heroes” who took part in the defense of the Azovstale plant, according to the Kiev Ministry of Reconstruction of Ukraine’s temporarily occupied territories. The exchange is said to have taken place on the front line in the Saporizhia region in the south of the country. The information cannot be verified independently.

In addition, according to officials, many civilians were killed or injured in attacks on Ukrainian locations. Donetsk Oblast Governor Pavlo Grilenko has blamed Russia for killing four and injuring five in a government-controlled area in the east of the country. The Ukrainian military says it has repulsed seven Russian attacks on Donbass. 31 militants were killed and several armored vehicles were destroyed. The Russian army destroyed about 20 houses, two schools and a train station during shelling in Ukrainian areas. The information was not verified independently.

Ukraine-News: Massive casualties for Russia – “Death toll is depressing”

+++ 1pm: NATO is currently monitoring the growing number of Russian soldiers killed in Ukraine. Wanting to remain anonymous, a senior NATO official told the agency that “the number of deaths we have been dealing with recently is really depressing.” Editorial Network Germany. However, the official says this does not apply to the Russian armed forces, but to civilians.

But the Ukrainian military is also facing huge losses: President Selenskiz recently said that about 100 soldiers are killed every day. Drone shots from war zones show ever-expanding, improved cemeteries. “This battlefield is far worse than we have seen in decades,” Ben Hodges, the former commander of US forces in Europe, told the AP.

Ukraine-News: Great loss to Russia – soldiers complain about heat, equipment and morale

First Report Wednesday, June 8 09:00 AM: Kiev – rules Ukraine War for more than 100 days. It is believed that there will be huge losses on both the Russian and Ukrainian sides. Although information about Russia’s military continues to be published, information about Ukraine’s military is far worse.

More than 31,800 soldiers have fallen on the Russian side, according to Ukrainian civil servants. On the other hand, NATO and the British Secret Service talk about about 20,000 dead armed men. Military casualties are on the rise, especially as a result of the slow attack on the Donbass. Recently, a military native lamented the “bad” conditions in the military. This is currently confirmed by several videos of soldiers talking about the dire conditions of the Ukraine war. “Our people had to endure hunger and cold,” he quotes Defenders A soldier from the 113th Regiment was stopped around Donetsk from a video. “For a long time we were without any material, medicine or catering support.”

Ukraine-News: Great loss to Russia – “It’s tired”

“Because of our constant presence and the fact that our staff have people with chronic medical conditions and mental health issues, many questions arise that are overlooked by high-ranking officials at headquarters.” Troops report that another soldier complained about headquarters staff. : “It’s tired, my whole unit wants a break, but our leadership has said it can not change us now.”

This is confirmed by an analysis of the platform “War on the Rocks”. Michael Kaufman and Rob Lee analyzed in a recent report that “the Russian military is well suited for short, high-intensity campaigns characterized by the use of heavy artillery.” “On the contrary, it is unqualified for a permanent occupation or a serious combat war that would require the vast majority of Russia’s ground forces – precisely the conflict it finds itself. President Vladimir Putin recently declared the “war of destruction” a goal.

Ukraine-News: Heavy casualties in war – Heat becomes a problem

Avoid bad equipment and severe losses Conflict in Ukraine Expected heat in the summer months will become a problem for Ukrainian and Russian forces. “We’ve been sitting here without water. It’s been very hot lately. The boys are shocked by the heat. Daily Beast A Russian soldier. In addition, there are appliances designed for the winter months. According to the soldier, it is unsuitable for rising temperatures.

According to the report, it was not immediately clear where the Russian soldier was stationed. However, he noted, among other things, the low level of morale among the Russian armed forces. Again and again it becomes public The soldiers refuse to continue the war in Ukraine. (dpa / AFP with tu / juf / lm / iwe)