Russian troops bring wounded to hospitals by trucks in Luhansk region - General Staff

Russian troops bring wounded to hospitals by trucks in Luhansk region - General Staff

Twenty trucks with the wounded were delivered to a school building in Luhansk region that had been converted into a field hospital for the invaders.

The press service of the General Staff wrote about it on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.

"Continuing the armed aggression, the Russian occupation forces suffer losses every day. On June 3 alone, twenty trucks delivered wounded invaders to a school building converted into a field hospital in one of the settlements of Svatove district, Luhansk region. It is also known that about two hundred people are already undergoing treatment at this facility," the statement said.

It is also noted that in the Kupiansk direction, the enemy is forced to use civilian buildings in Kharkiv region as morgues, but without proper equipment.

Read also: Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 210,350

From February 24, 2022 to June 5, 2023, the Armed Forces of Ukraine eliminated about 210,350 Russian military personnel, including 410 soldiers over the past day. Moreover, the Ukrainian troops destroyed 3,848 (+11 over the past day) enemy tanks, 7,523 (+11) armored combat vehicles, 3,567 (+12) artillery systems, 584 (+1) MLRS, 349 (+5) air defense systems, 313 aircraft, 298 helicopters, 3,189 (+14) operational-tactical UAVs, 1,136 (+4) cruise missiles, 18 ships/boats, 6,312 (+21) vehicles and fuel tanks, 484 (+5) special equipment units.

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