More than 1,100 enemy soldiers eliminated in Bakhmut sector since March 6

More than 1,100 enemy soldiers eliminated in Bakhmut sector since March 6

Since the beginning of the week, more than 1,100 Russian invaders have been eliminated and at least 1,500 more have been wounded in Bakhmut sector.

“In less than one week – since March 6 – in the Bakhmut sector alone, they [Ukrainian troops] managed to eliminate more than 1,100 enemy soldiers, which are Russia's irreversible losses, losses there, near Bakhmut. In addition, at least 1,500 more sanitary losses of the enemy – these are wounds incompatible with continuing fighting,” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said in his latest address.

Moreover, dozens of units of enemy equipment were destroyed and more than ten Russian ammunition depots were burned

The President thanked every service member of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, intelligence officers, the National Guard members, border guards – everyone who is fighting for Ukrainian land, for Bakhmut.

“I am grateful to each and every one who again helped our soldiers this week, treated them after their injuries, searched for things to support them with, organized volunteer fundraising and sent to the front what they asked for! Together, in unity, we will achieve victory,” Zelensky said.

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