The annual meeting was held on Tuesday Vladimir Putin With the Federal Security Service Russia. During the meeting, the dictator openly admitted (which happens very rarely) that the Russian army is suffering losses in Ukraine. He called on the FSB to support the families of the fallen soldiers.
Guys, unfortunately, but we know that there are losses in our teams. We will always remember the bravery and courage of the fallen. The leadership of the FSB must do everything to provide additional support to their families
– Vladimir Putin as quoted by abcnews.go.com.
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Of course, neither the dictator nor the Russian Defense Ministry revealed exactly how many soldiers died in Ukraine. Officials last provided such data in September 2022. According to them, nearly 6,000 people died during that time. Players.
There are various estimates of Russia’s losses in the war. According to data released by the Ministry of Defense on Tuesday Ukraine, the occupier has so far lost approximately PLN 149,000. 240 soldiers. Analysis of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) reports about 60-70 thousand. Russians killed or missing in Ukraine. According to the UK Ministry of Defence, between 40,000 and 60,000 people died in the fighting. Russian soldiers.
In addition to heavy losses among players, Russia also has to deal with the issue of exits. Earlier this week, a military group released a video saying it would no longer fight after receiving “illegal and criminal orders” to go to the front without “any support.”
We ask for help in dealing with the illegal and criminal orders of our command (…) On the same day, the regional security forces were transformed into shock troops and sent to attack Avdivka fortress to carry out massacres. Without any support from artillery, communications, sappers or forward intelligence
said one of the players quoted by CNN.
Source: ibtimes.com, abcnews.go.com, cnn.com
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