Heavy casualties for Russia: Ukraine reports “morning of good news”
Created: 10/27/2022 11:07 am
By: Tim Vincent Dicke
Ukraine shoots down a helicopter and a fighter jet.
Russia suffers heavy losses in the war.
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Ministry publishes figures:
Ukraine inflicts heavy losses on Russia.
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Kyiv – For Kremlin boss Vladimir Putin, the Ukraine war is still not going as hoped from Russia's point of view.
The Russian army has suffered heavy casualties in the fighting, and many soldiers have lost their lives in the neighboring country.
War equipment is also being destroyed in large numbers by the Ukrainian fighters.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has now released the latest figures on Russian losses.
Within a day, Ukrainian soldiers could have killed another 320 enemy fighters.
Among other things, it was also possible to destroy a fighter jet, a military helicopter, three tanks and 13 armored fighting vehicles.
"Beat the occupier!
Let's win together! "It was said by the Ministry from Kyiv.
Russia's losses in the Ukraine war: new figures known
69,220 (+320 on the previous day)
Armored fighting vehicles:
Air defense systems:
Multiple rocket launcher systems:
Cars and other vehicles:
Unmanned Combat Drones:
As of Thursday 27 October 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.
Ukrainian soldiers are fighting against Russia on many fronts.
(Archive image) © Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP
The Ukrainian Air Force provided more detailed information on the downed Russian aircraft in its Telegram channel.
"On October 27 at around 8 a.m., a unit of the Kherson anti-aircraft missile brigade of the Southern Air Command shot down a Russian Ka-52 attack helicopter," the Air Force wrote in the messenger service.
40 minutes later, a Su-25 fighter plane was destroyed in the Odessa region.
The Luftwaffe spoke of a "morning of good news".