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Rule in the Baltic Sea.  Another Russian leader eliminated

Rule in the Baltic Sea. Another Russian leader eliminated

Colonel Ruslan Shirin “another Russian colonel received an invitation from Kobzon [prorosyjski piosenkarz, który zmarł w 2018 r. – red.]”.

“Believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine! Glory to Ukraine!” – Appealed to the official website of the Office of Strategic Communications of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

This is another recent death of the Russian leader. According to what was reported by the General Staff on Sunday Subordinate to the Ukrainian army, in the Mykolaivka and Belogorovka region, the Russian troops carried out “offensive operations” and suffered “significant losses in manpower and equipment”. General Roman Kutuzov. Kutuzov was the fourth general confirmed by various official sources in Russia that he died during the war in Ukraine.

The Ukrainian authorities reported the killing of at least seven generals, but it later turned out that at least two of them were still alive, which was verified by the Russian BBC.

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Since the beginning of the invasion of Ukraine, the Russian army has already lost about 31.5 thousand soldiers. The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces announced, on Wednesday, that about 140 soldiers, including about 140, in the past 24 hours.

In the past day, Russia also lost a helicopter, 3 tanks, 13 armored vehicles, 9 artillery systems, 6 multiple rocket launchers and 6 drones – this was noted in the list posted on Facebook.

According to the Ukrainian crew, the total losses of Russia for the period from February 24 to June 8 are: 1,393 tanks, 3,429 armored vehicles, 212 aircraft, 178 helicopters, 703 artillery systems, 213 multiple rocket launchers, 96 anti-aircraft systems, 2406 vehicles. . tanks, 13 ships and 559 drones.

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