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Heavy losses in the Ukraine war: Weapons of the Russian troops are apparently running out

2022-07-01T15:21:30.035Z

Heavy losses in the Ukraine war: Weapons of the Russian troops are apparently running out Created: 07/01/2022 17:12 By: Daniel Dillmann, Nail Akkoyun, Vincent Büssow, Christian Stör Russia advances further but meets fierce resistance from Ukrainians. The losses are increasing on both sides: the news ticker. Heavy losses for Russia : number of soldiers killed in Ukraine war unexpectedly high. R



Heavy losses in the Ukraine war: Weapons of the Russian troops are apparently running out

Created: 07/01/2022 17:12

By: Daniel Dillmann, Nail Akkoyun, Vincent Büssow, Christian Stör

Russia advances further but meets fierce resistance from Ukrainians.

The losses are increasing on both sides: the news ticker.

  • Heavy losses for Russia

    :

    number of soldiers killed in Ukraine war unexpectedly high.

  • Reserve forces needed

    :

    Russia may soon be forced to start mobilizing reserve forces.

  • Russia's losses:

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

+++ 2.30 p.m .:

Russia has indirectly admitted for the first time that it is suffering enormous military losses in the Ukraine war.

This emerges from a draft federal law that the Kremlin presented to the Duma on June 30.

As the news magazine

Newsweek

reports, it states that there is an increased need for the repair of weapons and military equipment in the framework of "a special military operation in the regions of the Donetsk People's Republic, the Luhansk People's Republic and Ukraine".

Among other things, the bill provides for "the use of material assets from state reserves" and "the temporary activation of capacities and facilities for mobilization" as well as overtime in "individual organizations".

A destroyed Russian tank stands in a field near the town of Dmytrivka.

(Archive picture, April 13) © picture alliance/dpa/Ukrinform |

Update from Friday, July 1,

9 a.m.: 35,750 Russian soldiers are said to have fallen in the Ukraine war.

This is reported by the Ukrainian General Staff in its daily situation report.

1577 tanks and 185 helicopters are also said to have been destroyed - an overview.

News about the Ukraine war: Russia's losses at a glance

  • Soldiers: 35,750

  • Aircraft: 217

  • Helicopters: 185

  • Tanks: 1577

  • Panzerkampfwagen: 3736

  • Artillery systems: 790

  • Air defense systems: 105

  • Multiple rocket launcher systems: 246

  • Cars and other vehicles: 2598

  • Ships: 15

  • Unmanned combat drones: 645

  • As of Friday 1 July 2022

  • 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.

+++ 3:00 p.m .:

Apparently, Ukrainian troops were able to liberate the village of Potiomkino in the Cherson region.

This is reported by the

Kyiv Independent

news portal .

The soldiers of the 60th Infantry Brigade reported that they carried out a "successful offensive" and destroyed several Russian tanks and armored personnel carriers and regained control of Potiomkino.

The information cannot be independently verified.

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