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Heavy losses for Russia: number of soldiers killed rises to 36,200

2022-07-04T07:29:04.291Z

Heavy losses for Russia: number of soldiers killed rises to 36,200 Created: 07/04/2022 09:21 By: Daniel Dillmann, Nail Akkoyun, Vincent Büssow, Christian Stör The losses in the Ukraine war are getting bigger for Russia: the news ticker. The number of fallen Russian soldiers in the Ukraine war is unexpectedly high. Russia apparently does not have enough troops to permanently control the areas i



Heavy losses for Russia: number of soldiers killed rises to 36,200

Created: 07/04/2022 09:21

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

The losses in the Ukraine war are getting bigger for Russia: the news ticker.

  • The number of fallen Russian soldiers in the Ukraine war is unexpectedly high.

  • Russia apparently does not have enough troops to permanently control the areas in Kherson Oblast.

  • Russia's losses:

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

Update from Monday, July 4, 8:45 a.m .:

The Ukrainian military has now lost 36,200 soldiers from the Russian army, 230 have been added compared to the last statistics.

Ten other military armored vehicles were also destroyed, bringing the total to 3,754.

Tanks were destroyed five, the total number is 1589.

A Russian tank rolls near the Ukrainian border.

(Archive photo) © Mikhail Voskresenskiy/imago

The Russian army lost another three artillery systems, for a total of 804. There was another loss in special equipment, while the number of vehicles and fuel tanks rose by eleven to 2,629.

The army also lost four more UAVs, bringing the total loss since Russia invaded Ukraine to 658.

This shows a statistic published by the

Kyiv Independent

via Twitter.

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

  • Soldiers: 36,200

  • Aircraft: 217

  • Helicopters: 187

  • Tanks: 1589

  • Panzerkampfwagen: 3754

  • Artillery systems: 804

  • Air defense systems: 105

  • Multiple rocket launcher systems: 246

  • Cars and other vehicles: 2629

  • Ships: 15

  • Unmanned combat drones: 658

  • As of Monday 4 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.

+++ 10:00 a.m .:

The numbers of Russian losses in the Ukraine war continue to rise.

According to the Ukrainian General Staff, almost 36,000 Russian soldiers have been killed since the invasion began on February 24.

1584 tanks and 187 helicopters were also destroyed - an overview.

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Update from Sunday, July 3, 6:05 a.m .:

The Ukrainian Air Force claims to have destroyed two Russian ammunition depots, up to 20 armored fighting vehicles, almost 10 tanks and self-propelled artillery systems in the Mykolaiv, Zaporizhia, Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts.

News on the Ukraine war: Losses for Russia - stocks of modern weapons are dwindling

+++ 3.30 p.m .:

Russia’s losses in the Ukraine war are apparently facing ever greater problems.

According to British estimates, the country is increasingly using inaccurate missiles in its attacks in Ukraine.

The reason is probably that the stocks of modern, accurate weapons are dwindling, said the Ministry of Defense in London.

Analyzes have shown that the shopping center in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kremenchuk was very likely hit by a Ch-32 rocket, it said, citing intelligence.

This is a further development of the Soviet rocket Ch-22 (NATO code: AS-4 Kitchen), which is still not optimized for hitting ground targets accurately, especially in cities.

"This greatly increases the likelihood of collateral damage when targeting built-up areas," the ministry said.

Ch-22 missiles are believed to have been used in attacks on the southwestern Ukrainian region of Odessa on June 30.

"These weapons are even less accurate and unsuitable for targeted attacks and have almost certainly resulted in repeated civilian casualties in recent weeks," it said.

News about the Ukraine war: Losses are causing problems for Russia

+++ 10.15 a.m .:

The losses make Russia difficult in the Ukraine war.

The US secret service now assumes that Russia does not have enough troops to permanently control the areas in the Kherson Oblast.

The fight in the Donbass is currently combining all forces.

Update from Saturday, July 2, 6:45 a.m .:

Ukrainian forces have apparently inflicted another heavy loss on Russia.

According to the Ukrainian Operational Command "South", Ukrainian soldiers have attacked two ammunition dumps in the Kherson region, destroying a Russian-controlled "Forpost" drone worth seven million dollars in the Mykolaiv region.

First report from July 1:

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".

(dil/nak/cs)

Source: merkur

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