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Losses in “War of Attrition”: Russia is gaining territory “inch by inch”.


Losses in “War of Attrition”: Russia is gaining territory “inch by inch”. Created: 06/25/2022, 04:49 am By: Daniel Dillmann, Vincent Büssow There are heavy casualties on both Russia's and Ukraine's sides. A US official comments on Ukraine's withdrawal from Sieverodonetsk. Fighting in the east: The Ukraine war turns into a bitter trench warfare in the east of the country. Battle of the Black Se

Losses in “War of Attrition”: Russia is gaining territory “inch by inch”.

Created: 06/25/2022, 04:49 am

By: Daniel Dillmann, Vincent Büssow

There are heavy casualties on both Russia's and Ukraine's sides.

A US official comments on Ukraine's withdrawal from Sieverodonetsk.

  • Fighting in the east:

    The Ukraine war turns into a bitter trench warfare in the east of the country.

  • Battle of the Black Sea:

    Ukraine reports a successful attack on Russian units stationed on Snake Island.

  • Russia's losses:

    news and an overview of Russian losses in the Ukraine conflict in our newsticker.

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According to CNN, Ukrainian forces withdrawing from Sievjerodonetsk are trying to reorient themselves.

"The Ukrainian armed forces are conducting a professional, tactical retreat to secure their positions where they can better defend themselves," a senior US official said in a background briefing with the US broadcaster.

Accordingly, the Russian army in the Donbass is still gaining "inch by inch in territory".

At the same time, he described the Russian advance on Sieverodonetsk as a "very small, very gradual gain".

However, he did not want to downplay the "significant" percentage of territory that Russia controls in Ukraine, nor the loss of Ukrainian lives.

A Ukrainian soldier in Kharkiv.


Losses in the “War of Attrition”: dead and injured after air raid in Donetsk

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On the night of June 24, the Russian military attacked the city of Kostyantynivka in the Donetsk region, according to Ukrainian information.

A fire station was hit in the rocket attack.

Four rescue workers were injured and one person died.

This was confirmed by the local police, among others.

As a result of the bombardment, 22 residential buildings and 14 social facilities were also destroyed.

Ukraine-News: Russia's losses at a glance

The Ukrainian troops defend themselves against the Russian occupiers.

On Russia's side there are also renewed losses in the Ukraine war:

  • Soldiers: 34,530

  • Tanks: 1507

  • Panzerkampfwagen: 3637

  • Artillery systems: 759

  • Multiple rocket launcher systems: 241

  • Air defense systems: 99

  • Aircraft: 216

  • Helicopters: 183

  • Unmanned combat drones: 622

  • Ships: 14

  • Cars and other vehicles: 2553

  • The information on Russia's losses in the Ukraine war comes from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.

    They cannot be independently verified.

    The Kremlin itself gives very little information about its own losses.

Ukraine News: Dozens injured in Russian attack

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According to Ukrainian information, 17 people were injured in Russian attacks on the Mykolaiv region within the past 24 hours.

Several settlements were shelled at the same time, reported the head of the regional council, Hanna Zamazieeva.

The attack mainly damaged residential buildings and other infrastructure.

Currently, 266 injured civilians are being treated in hospitals in the region, Zamazieeva continued.

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Russia suffers further losses in the Ukraine war.

According to a report by the news portal Kiyv Independent, the Ukrainian military has killed 44 Russian soldiers in southern Ukraine.

In addition, the South Task Force is said to have carried out five attacks on Russian positions in the past 24 hours, destroying military equipment such as howitzers and armored vehicles.

The information cannot be independently verified.

Russia's losses in Ukraine: Eleven armored vehicles destroyed

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Russia is apparently suffering further losses in the Ukraine war.

According to information from the news portal Newsweek, a Ukrainian mechanized brigade destroyed several Russian military vehicles in eastern Ukraine on Thursday.

Footage from Ukraine's 93rd Mechanized Brigade appears to show several vehicles being hit by Ukrainian guns in the Kharkiv region of eastern Ukraine.

A brief statement from the unit said: "The 93rd Cold Yar Brigade destroyed 11 units of enemy equipment, including tanks, armored personnel carriers and Lynx fighting vehicles."

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces reported that between February 24 and June 23 Russia had about 34,430 soldiers, 1,504 tanks, 3,632 armored fighting vehicles, 756 artillery units, 240 multiple missiles, 99 air defense systems, 216 combat aircraft, 183 helicopters, 620 drones, 137 cruise missiles , lost 14 warships, 2,548 motor vehicles and tank trucks.

Russia's losses in the "bloody war of attrition": Pro-Russian troops lose half of the armed forces

Update from 06/24/2022, 7.30 a.m .:

Russia's efforts to capture Sievierodonetsk and Lysychansk - the two cities in Luhansk remaining under Ukrainian control - have turned into a bloody war of attrition, in which both sides have suffered heavy losses.

Moscow has managed to post steady gains over the past two weeks.

"The fighting is approaching some kind of terrifying climax," a Russian military official said

Russian forces try to encircle Ukrainian troops defending Lysychansk.

This is what Ukraine's senior defense minister, Oleksiy Gromov, said at a briefing on Thursday.

Serhiy Haidai, the governor of Luhansk region, one of the two regions in eastern Donbass, added that Russian forces had been successful in their advance.

Reports: Russian casualties are 55 percent

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Although Russia does not provide any official information about its own losses in the Ukraine war, there are indications that these are exceptionally high.

This can be concluded from the self-published casualty figures of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic, which is fighting with Russia against Ukraine.

According to British intelligence, the casualties there are around 55 percent of the entire armed forces.

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Two saboteurs from the Russian side are said to have been arrested in Kiev.

This was announced by a senior member of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine via the Ukraine Media Center.

The two Ukrainian citizens are suspected of collaborating with fighters from the self-proclaimed People's Republics of Donetsk and Luhansk.

Pictures of the railway network of Ukraine were found among the suspects.

Heavy casualties: Russia may soon run out of ammunition and troops

Meanwhile, on the Ukrainian side, the death of folk hero Andrii Verkhohliad was reported.

The lieutenant was killed in action on Thursday (June 23), The Kiev Independent reported on Twitter.

Verkhohliad was already fighting in Donbass before the escalation of the Ukraine conflict this year and was awarded the Order of Bohdan Khmelnytsky.

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Ukraine published new data on Russian losses in the Ukraine war today.

According to the General Staff, a total of 34,430 Russian soldiers have been killed or wounded since the invasion began on February 24.

Only numbers from March 25 are known from the Russian side.

At the time, the Russian agency Interfax, citing the Ministry of Defense, spoke of 1,351 dead and 3,825 wounded Russian soldiers.

Boris Johnson convinced: Russia will soon run out of weapons

+++ Update from Thursday, June 23, 12:30 p.m .:

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is convinced that Russia will soon run out of weapons and troops in the Ukraine war.

Johnson refers to the assessment of the British secret service, which assumes that Russia's military may soon no longer be capable of an offensive.

"In the next few months," Russia could get to the point "where it no longer has any forward momentum because it has exhausted its resources," Johnson told the

Süddeutsche Zeitung

and other newspapers in an interview.

"Then we have to help the Ukrainians to reverse the momentum."

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The resistance against Russia continues in the occupied areas of eastern Ukraine.

Both the Russian army and the allied separatists are repeatedly exposed to partisan-style attacks.

In Chornobaivka, a small village near Kherson, the car of Yurii Turulov, a mayor appointed by Russia, was attacked.

Turulov was unharmed.

This is reported by the newspaper

Ukrainska Pravda


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Four people lost their lives in an explosion in Vladimir Oblast not far from the capital Moscow.

The detonation is said to have occurred in an ammunition depot.

Among the victims are three soldiers and a civilian specialist.

This is reported by the state news

agency TASS


The cause of the explosion is said to have been an accident during the delivery of ammunition that should have been delivered to the front of the Ukraine war.

Ukraine-News: Heavy casualties for Russia's Black Sea Fleet

First report from Wednesday, June 22, 1:15 p.m.:

Kiev – The armed forces of Ukraine have apparently managed to inflict serious losses on the Russian fleet.

According to the high command in the south of the country, the Russian units stationed on Snake Island were able to inflict considerable damage.

Satellite images provided by Maxar Technologies confirm that fierce fighting must have taken place on Snake Island in the Black Sea.

Large-scale devastation can clearly be seen on parts of the island.

According to research by the

Daily Mail

, at least one Russian army control tower was also said to have been destroyed.

Ukraine-News: Russia suffers casualties on Snake Island

In the past few days, Russia has admitted drone attacks on its own troops, who in turn are stationed on Snake Island.

However, according to the military leadership in Moscow, the drones were shot down before they were able to cause any major damage.

Days before said attack, Ukraine had already inflicted heavy casualties on the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

According to information from Kyiv, a tugboat from the Russian fleet was destroyed with the help of so-called Harpoon missiles.

A few weeks ago, the Russian Navy's flagship, the guided missile cruiser Moskva, was sunk in the Black Sea.

News from the Ukraine war: Russia advances, but has to accept losses

Meanwhile, while Russia is advancing in eastern Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin's army is suffering increasing casualties.

If the information from Kyiv is to be believed, more than 34,000 Russian soldiers have already died in the Ukraine war.

Mainly thanks to the delivery of new weapon systems, Ukraine hopes to be able to inflict significant losses on Russia in the near future.

A spokesman for the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense said the howitzers that Germany had delivered to Ukraine were already at the front.

In addition, the United States has announced the delivery of further Harpoon missile systems.


Source: merkur

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