Russia loses almost two companies worth of manpower as KIAs, WIAs in Tavria direction on Sunday

Russia loses almost two companies worth of manpower as KIAs, WIAs in Tavria direction on Sunday

In the Tavria direction, Russian troops lost almost two companies killed and wounded in a day, 30 units of military equipment were destroyed.

That’s according to the commander of the Tavria Operational-Strategic Group of Forces, General Oleksandr Tarnavskyi, who reported the news on Telegram.

"On the Tavria axis, the Defense Forces are systematically knocking the enemy out of their positions," Tarnavskyi said.

The Commander added that Ukraine’s artillery units in the Tavria direction had performed 1,211 fire missions.

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"Over the last day, the enemy's losses in terms of those killed and wounded in action amounted to almost two companies. Thirty units of the enemy's military equipment were destroyed," Tarnavskyi informed.

In particular, a main battle tank, seven anti-aircraft systems, 12 artillery systems and mortars, as well as a number of military trucks were destroyed.

The Ukrainian forces also destroyed seven Russian ammunition depots.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, from February 24, 2022 to July 23, 2023, Ukraine’s forces eliminated 241,960 Russian invaders, including 630 in the past day alone.

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