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Heavy losses for Russia in the Ukraine war: new figures known

2022-09-27T03:10:52.231Z

Heavy casualties for Russia: Ukraine destroys 260 planes and 224 helicopters Created: 09/27/2022, 05:01 By: Moritz Serif, Tim Vincent Dicke, Vincent Büssow, Lucas Maier, Jan-Frederik Wendt Russia suffered massive losses in the Ukraine war. After partial mobilization, many soldiers go into battle unprepared. The news ticker. Editor's note:  You can read news about Russian losses in the Ukraine



Heavy casualties for Russia: Ukraine destroys 260 planes and 224 helicopters

Created: 09/27/2022, 05:01

By: Moritz Serif, Tim Vincent Dicke, Vincent Büssow, Lucas Maier, Jan-Frederik Wendt

Russia suffered massive losses in the Ukraine war.

After partial mobilization, many soldiers go into battle unprepared.

The news ticker.

  • Editor's note:

     You can read news about Russian losses in the Ukraine conflict in this news ticker.

    Some of the information comes from warring factions in the Ukraine war and cannot be checked directly and independently.

+++ 10:48 p.m .:

According to Ukraine, Russia has suffered heavy losses.

260 airplanes and 224 helicopters have been destroyed since the beginning of the war.

President Zelenskyy said that partial mobilization could only delay Putin's defeat of the Kremlin.

Heavy losses: Russia loses 57,200 soldiers

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In addition, Russia lost 57,200 soldiers during the war.

4857 armored fighting vehicles and 1369 artillery systems were destroyed.

+++ 5.35 p.m .:

According to the Ministry of Defense, Ukraine has so far destroyed 2290 tanks during the war with Russia.

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Ukrainian troops have apparently destroyed an attack formation of Russian vehicles in the Donetsk region.

Two MT-LB infantry fighting vehicles, one BMP-1 infantry fighting vehicle, one tank and one IMR-2 tracked vehicle fell victim to anti-tank mines.

A video was circulated on the internet.

The information cannot be independently verified.

The BMP-1 is a Soviet-developed infantry fighting vehicle and one of the most widespread armored vehicles in the world.

© Sergei Bobylev/Imago

News about the Ukraine war: Russian soldiers unprepared - high losses likely

+++ 9.45 a.m .:

According to British intelligence services, many Russian fighters recruited by the recent partial mobilization are going to the war in Ukraine without sound training or experience.

Moscow is now faced with the enormous challenge of training the troops, according to a short report by the British Ministry of Defense on Monday.

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In the Russian army, in contrast to many western armies, it is customary to undergo initial training within operational units rather than in special training institutions.

A certain number of instructors are normally assigned within each brigade to train new recruits.

However, many of these so-called third battalions are currently deployed to Ukraine.

The lack of instructors and the rushed nature of the partial mobilization indicated that many soldiers were being sent to the front without adequate preparation.

This makes high losses likely.

News about the Ukraine war: More than 57,000 soldiers from Russia have died

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The Ukrainian General Staff has updated its summary of Russian losses for Monday (September 26).

.

  • Soldiers: 

    57,200

  • Aircraft:

     260

  • Helicopters:

     224

  • Tanks:

     2290

  • Armored Fighting Vehicles:

     4857

  • Artillery systems:

     1369

  • Air defense systems: 

    172

  • Multiple rocket launcher systems:

     330

  • Cars and other vehicles:

     3711

  • Ships:

     15

  • Unmanned Combat Drones:

     970

  • As of Monday 26 September 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.

Update from Monday, September 26, 6:50 a.m.:

Ukrainian armed forces want to have destroyed five ammunition depots in southern Ukraine.

This is reported

by The Kyiv Independent

.

According to the Ukrainian task force "South", on September 25, Ukrainian forces killed 43 Russian soldiers and destroyed three tanks, a self-propelled artillery system and nine armored vehicles.

News about the Ukraine war: Russian army has to accept heavy losses

+++ 8:20 p.m .:

Ukraine has reported some successes in the last 24 hours in the war against Russia.

As the news

site Ukrainska Pravda

reports, citing the Ukrainian general staff, the Russian army has suffered heavy losses in military equipment and infrastructure.

A total of nine air defense systems and two Russian unmanned aerial vehicles were hit.

In addition, Ukraine is said to have hit six command posts, six ammunition depots and a large number of other Russian targets with rockets.

According to the Ukrainian Air Force, an attack jet and a helicopter from Russia were also shot down.

Heavy casualties for Russia: 400 soldiers die - pro-Russian politician killed

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He was a former member of parliament of Ukraine and recently sided with the attackers from Russia – now he is said to be dead.

Oleksiy Zhuravko is said to have died in a rocket attack in Kherson.

The Russian state agency

RIA Novosti

published the report on Sunday (September 25) that another person is said to have died in the attack by Ukraine.

Only on Friday (September 23) Zhuravko is said to have published a video of himself during the mock voting.

He is said to have fled to Russia in 2015, according to the Ukrainian news portal

pravda.ua

.

In addition, 20 vehicles were destroyed and 10 other drones destroyed.

As the day before, Russia had to accept most of the losses in the Kramatorsk and Donetsk regions, as the General Staff writes.

Update from Sunday, September 25, 8:25 a.m .:

The Ukrainian military command "South" reports high losses on the part of Russia.

In Cherson and Kakhovka, three depots with weapons and equipment and two air defense systems were attacked.

Artillery units opened fire on Russian forces 266 times yesterday (September 24), the command writes.

During these attacks, the army loyal to Moscow lost 57 soldiers.

In addition, 30 units of equipment were destroyed, according to the report.

  • Losses on the Russian side in southern Ukraine

  • Howitzers:

    2 Msta-B howitzers, one “Acacia” self-propelled howitzer and another 122mm howitzer

  • Artillery:

    “Gvozdika” tank artillery and a “Grad” multiple rocket launcher

  • Vehicles:

    Two command and staff vehicles and 19 units of other armored vehicles.

  • Source: Command "South"

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According to their own statements, Ukrainian special forces shot down a fighter jet from Russia.

The plane is a Su-34 bomber, the unit said on its Telegram channel, adding: "We remind the Russians that each of their flights will amount to suicide."

After all, the Ukrainian sky and Ukrainian warriors do not forgive their enemies.”

The unit released a video on Telegram purporting to show the shooting down.

It shows the jet crashing to the ground in flames.

In the background you can hear soldiers laughing and euphoric about their military success.

Heavy casualties for Russia - Navy destroys depots and kills 37 soldiers

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The Navy of Ukraine also reports progress.

According to a report, naval forces have recently killed 37 Russian soldiers, according to the Ukrainian platform

ukrinform.net

.

In addition, eleven self-propelled artillery systems and two multiple rocket launchers are said to have been destroyed.

There are also reports of the destruction of two ammunition depots.

The information could not be independently verified until recently.

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The army of Ukraine continues to attack the troops from Moscow.

In a recent report, the Ukrainian Air Force says it destroyed nine targets from the air on September 23.

The command "South" shot down four kamikaze drones "Shahed-136" and one attack drone "Mohajer-6".

Two Shahed-136s were also shot down in the east, according to the Luftwaffe.

A Mi-8 helicopter and a Su-25 helicopter were brought down in central Ukraine.

Meanwhile, the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy answered questions from the French daily

Ouest-France

.

The president expressed confidence and said that Russia's losses were five times higher than those of the Ukrainian armed forces,

writes Ouest-France

.

While he stated "50 soldiers per day" for the Ukrainian side, it should be around 250 soldiers killed per day on the Russian side.

Ukraine war: "Butcher of Mariupol" becomes deputy defense minister in Russia

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After the last setbacks in the Ukraine war, there are signs of a change in Russia.

Deputy Defense Minister Dmitry Bulgakov was removed from office, the

German Press Agency

writes.

Officially, the Kremlin said on Saturday (September 24) that Bulgakov would only be “transferred to another post”.

His successor is to be Colonel-General Mikhail Mizintsev.

Since the attacks on Mariupol, Mizintsev has also been known as the "Butcher of Mariupol".

In Great Britain, among other places, his name is on the sanctions list.

First report from Saturday, September 24:

Before the trip to the war front in Ukraine, some Russian reservists seem to get very drunk again.

This should show videos that are circulating on social networks.

Some of Putin's soldiers can hardly stand up.

A group of mainly young men toasts each other with red cups.

The bus seems to be waiting at the top, taking the group further and further in the direction of Ukraine.

Despite mass protests across the country, the men appear to have resigned themselves to their fate as war soldiers.

It is unclear whether they want to drink courage or celebrate one last time.

(with agencies)

Source: merkur

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