Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy about 36,200 enemy troops

Ukraine’s Armed Forces destroy about 36,200 enemy troops

The Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated about 36,200 Russian soldiers in Ukraine from February 24 to July 4.

The relevant statement was made by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.

The enemy’s total combat losses included also 1,589 tanks (+5 over the past day), 3,754 armored fighting vehicles (+10), 804 artillery systems (+3), 246 multiple launch rocket systems (+0), 105 anti-aircraft warfare systems (+0), 217 aircrafts (+0), 187 helicopters (+0), 2,629 motor vehicles and fuel tanks (+11), 15 warships/boats (+0), 658 unmanned aerial vehicles (+4), 65 special equipment units (+1). A total of 144 enemy cruise missiles (+0) were shot down.

Read also: Ukraine’s Armed Forces eliminate 47 invaders, two self-propelled guns, three vehicles in south

It is noted that over the past day, Russian troops have suffered the highest losses in the Sloviansk and Donetsk direction. The data are being specified.

On February 24, Russia began a new stage of the war against Ukraine - a full-scale invasion. The Russian forces have been shelling and bombarding Ukrainian cities, towns and villages.


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