Ukrainian defenders destroyed nine Russian tanks and 200 invaders in a day

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Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: June 20 2022 at 10:55 am
Source: GeneralStaff.ua

The situation regarding the Russian invasion The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02 to 20.06 were approximately:

  • personnel - about 33,800 (+200) people were liquidated,
  • tanks - 1477 (+9) units,
  • armored combat vehicles - 3588 (+11) units,
  • artillery systems - 749 (+4) units,
  • MLRS - 238 (+3) units,
  • air defense means - 98 (+0) units,
  • aircraft - 216 (+0) units,
  • helicopters - 181 (+0) units,
  • UAV operational and tactical level - 601 (+3),
  • cruise missiles - 130 (+0),
  • ships / boats - 14 (+0) units,
  • of motor vehicles and tank trucks - 2527 (+4) units,
  • special equipment - 55 (+0).

The enemy suffered the greatest losses in the Bakhmut and Zaporizhia directions.

Data are being updated.

Beat the occupier! Let's win together! Our strength is in the truth!

Fatal for the Russian T-90M was a shot from an RPG-7 - the tank jammed the tower. 

And then the terrorist defender with the call sign "Kuzya" finished "Breakthrough" from the grenade launcher "Carl Gustaff". The shot was extremely spectacular, as it detonated the ammunition of the armored vehicle.

Russian T-90M
Russian T-90M was a shot from an RPG-7

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