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Ukraine war: New data on Russian losses – Kiev gives numbers

2023-03-22T09:17:14.421Z


Russia's losses in the Ukraine war are exorbitantly high. More than 900 soldiers are said to have fallen within 24 hours. The news ticker.


Russia's losses in the Ukraine war are exorbitantly high.

More than 900 soldiers are said to have fallen within 24 hours.

The news ticker.

  • Losses

    in the

    Ukraine War

    : An overview of Russia's losses.

  • Russia

    under

    pressure

    : USA want to deliver promised Abrams tanks to Kiev

  • Here you can read current developments from the Ukraine conflict.

    The processed information on the losses of the armies involved in the Ukraine war comes partly from the warring parties from Russia and Ukraine.

    They can therefore not be independently checked in part.

Russian losses in the Ukraine war: the figures at a glance

Update from March 21, 8:50 a.m .:

The Ukrainian general staff has published new figures on Russia's losses in the Ukraine war.

According to this, 920 Russian soldiers died in combat within one day.

This brings the total number of Russian soldiers killed to around 167,490.

The numbers cannot be independently verified, and Russia does not publish any data.

  • Soldiers:

    167,490 (+920)

  • Aircraft:

    305

  • Helicopters:

    290

  • Tanks:

    3,557 (+5)

  • Armored fighting vehicles:

    6,887 (+8)

  • Artillery systems:

    2,589 (+3)

  • Anti-aircraft systems:

    272 (+2)

  • Multiple Rocket Launchers:

    509 (+2)

  • Vehicles and fuel tanks:

    5,434 (+6)

  • ships:

    18

  • Drones:

    2,183 (+16)

  • Source: Ukrainian General Staff March 22.

    The information cannot be independently verified.

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Russia is currently recording heavy losses in the Ukraine war.

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Update from March 22, 7.45 a.m .

: On the night of March 22, an air alert was declared in several regions of Ukraine because of an attack by Russian kamikaze drones.

However, according to the military administration of the city of Kiev, the Ukrainian air defense forces shot down all Russian drones.

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Russian losses in the Ukraine war: USA want to deliver promised Abrams tanks to Kiev

Update from March 22, 5.30 a.m

.: The USA wants to deliver the already promised Abrams tanks to Ukraine by autumn.

US Department of Defense spokesman Pat Ryder said in Washington that the department had decided to provide Kiev with the M1A1 Abrams tank variant - instead of the newer M1A2 variant.

This will make it possible to significantly reduce delivery times and send tanks to Ukraine by autumn.

Update from March 21, 1:18 p.m

.: After the incident in Crimea, the accounts of both sides completely contradict each other.

Russia says it shot down Ukrainian drones Monday night;

Ukraine reported destroying Russian cruise missiles.

Initially, none of the information could be independently verified.

Since the start of Moscow's offensive against Ukraine, Crimea has repeatedly been the target of drone attacks.

At the beginning of March, Russia declared that it had fended off a "massive attack".

Ukraine war: Kiev launches drone attack on Crimea

Update from March 21, 5:30 a.m .:

In the north of the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea, annexed by Russia, the anti-aircraft guns shot down Ukrainian drones, according to the authorities.

Crimean head of administration Sergey Aksyonov announced on Monday evening that one person had been injured in the town of Dschankoy.

Houses and a grocery store were damaged by fallen debris.

The exact extent of the damage was initially unclear.

In Kiev, the Defense Ministry's military intelligence said the attack was aimed at transporting missiles on railway tracks.

Rockets were destroyed.

This will prepare Crimea for liberation from Russian occupation.

There was no confirmation from the Russian side that missiles were said to have been destroyed.

For example, Russia transports missiles for the Black Sea Fleet overland to the military ports.

In addition, the Russian troops in the occupied areas of Cherson and Zaporizhia are supplied with supplies via the strategically important ice rink line.

Russian losses in the Wuhledar area

Update March 20, 4:15 p.m.:

Ukrainian military officers point out that Russian losses in the Wuhledar region are severely affecting the capabilities of Putin's armed forces in the Donetsk region.

Ukrainian Forces Group East spokesman Serhii Cherevatyi Cherevaty stressed that Russian forces cannot even complete the tactical capture of Bakhmut, according to Ukrainian media reports.

Losses in the Ukraine war: Ukrainian military intelligence claims to have attacked traitors

Update March 20, 1:08 p.m .

: The Ukrainian military intelligence service has announced that it has murdered a “traitor” in the Russian-occupied regions.

"The organizer of torture chambers in the Kherson region, Serhiy Moskalenko, was recently liquidated in the temporarily occupied territory," he said on Monday (March 20).

The dead had worked with the occupiers.

The attack itself took place on Friday.

Before the Russian invasion, the man, who was born in 1978, owned a local security company.

"Every war criminal awaits his just punishment," the authorities threatened.

Several Ukrainians working with Moscow have already been killed in attacks in the areas occupied by Russia.

Russia casualties at war: Ukrainian forces eliminate Russian attackers in Donetsk

Update from March 20, 11:15 a.m .:

Special units of the Ukrainian armed forces eliminated a group of Russian attackers near Donetsk.

This was announced by the command of the special forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in a post on Facebook, 

according to

Ukrinform .

Losses in the Ukraine War: Many of the casualties probably had no connection with the army

Update from March 20, 6:50 a.m.: Using open sources,

BBC Russia

, together with

Mediazona

, an independent Russian media company,

identified the names of 17,375 Russian soldiers who were killed in the war in Ukraine.

The media carries out a roll-call count of the dead.



A third of these casualties were people not associated with the army before the invasion—volunteers, mobilized, prisoners, and newly recruited members of private military companies.

At least 1,000 people have been killed serving their sentences in Russian prisons since early 2023, according to the results.

Russia's losses in the Ukraine war: Russian "collaborator" dies

Update from March 19, 9:42 p.m .:

According to Ukrainian information, a Russian “collaborator” died in an explosion in the Russian-controlled part of the Kherson Oblast.

The man was the commander of a patrol in the Nowa Kakhovka district, the Russian investigative committee said, as reported by the Kyiv Independent.

Russia's losses in the Ukraine war: Kiev reports further heavy blows

March 19, 7:35 p.m.:

Ukraine reports further heavy blows against the Russian army.

In the evening, the general staff reported six air strikes on "agglomerations of occupying forces and equipment" and an ammunition depot, according to Ukrainska Pravda.

Our own artillery also hit two other focal points of occupation soldiers.

However, Russia also reported enemy casualties: According to Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov, 50 Ukrainian soldiers were killed by the Russian military's "Western Group" alone on Saturday.

The information provided by both sides cannot be independently verified.

(with agency material)

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