Ukraine. Military personnel about the losses of the Russians: more than 110 thousand soldiers, tanks, combat machines and aircraft

Losses among Russian soldiers since the start of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine totaled 110,740, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said on Saturday. 3,066 tanks, 6,125 war machines and more than 500 aircraft and helicopters were destroyed. Meanwhile, the British Ministry of Defense said in its daily intelligence update that heavy fighting had been taking place between Ukrainian and Russian troops near the town of Kreminna in the Luhansk region in recent days.

Armed Forces General Staff Ukraine On Saturday it provided updated data on Russian losses. They are valid for the period from February 24, 2022 to Saturday January 7, 2023.

Human losses were reported at 110,740. This number has increased by 490 compared to the previous day’s update.

Also 3,066 tanks (+2), 6,125 combat vehicles (+1), 2,062 artillery systems (+3), 217 air defense systems (+2), 285 aircraft, 272 helicopters were destroyed. Ships, boats, tankers and special equipment were also destroyed.

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INTELLIGENCE UPDATE: Fierce fighting around the town of Greminna

On Saturday, the British Ministry of Defense said in its daily intelligence update that heavy fighting broke out between Ukrainian and Russian troops near the town of Kreminna in the Luhansk region ahead of Eastern Rite Christmas on January 7. .

“For the past three weeks, the fighting around Greminna has been concentrated in the heavily wooded area west of the town. Even in winter, the coniferous forest provides some protection from aerial observation, and both sides have had problems adjusting artillery fire well. In the operations in the woods, the battle has often boiled down to infantry skirmishes, often at close range. .

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Russian commanders may perceive the fighting near Kreminna as a threat to the right flank of the front near Bakhmut, which they see as crucial to a future advance to capture the rest of the Donetsk region.

Ukrainian soldiers and a Russian destroyed machinePAP/ROMAN PHILIPPINES

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