Ukrainian defenders have already eliminated more than 234,000 invaders

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Updated: July 09 2023 at 11:47 am
Source: GeneralStaff.ua

Last day, the Ukrainian military destroyed another 600 Russian occupiers. Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Russia has lost 234,040 of its soldiers.

This was announced by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook.

According to the Ukrainian command, our defenders also destroyed 4 tanks, 20 artillery systems, 19 UAVs and other enemy equipment yesterday.

The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02.22 to 08.07.23 approximately amounted to:

  • personnel - about 234,040 (+600) people were eliminated;
  • tanks – 4,078 (+4) units;
  • armored fighting vehicles – 7,964 (+11) units;
  • artillery systems - 4366 (+20) units;
  • RSZV – 668 (+7) units;
  • air defense equipment - 413 (+3) units;
  • aircraft – 315 (+0) units;
  • helicopters – 309 (+0) units;
  • UAVs of the operational-tactical level - 3685 (+19) units;
  • cruise missiles - 1271 (+0) units;
  • ships/boats – 18 (+0) units;
  • automotive equipment and tank trucks - 6929 (+15) units;
  • special equipment - 628 (+8) units.

We will remind, during the past day, July 8, more than 30 combat clashes took place at the front. The occupiers are concentrating their main efforts on the Lymansky, Bakhmutsky, Avdiyivskyi and Mariinsky directions.

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