More than 7,000 Russian soldiers have been killed in less than three weeks of fighting, according to the US Secret Service. New York Times.
Records of Russian soldiers killed in UkrainePhoto: 200rf.com
This minimum number is, in comparison, the equivalent of 7,000 U.S. Marines killed during Iwo Jima’s bloody 36 – day war in World War II and more than the number of U.S. soldiers killed in 20 years in Afghanistan and Iraq.
In addition to those killed, Vladimir Putin’s invading army is estimated to have wounded between 14,000 and 21,000 people, with a total of about 150,000 Russian soldiers in Ukraine.
Rob Lee, an expert on Moscow’s security policy, tweeted: “It will take some time for the Russian military to reunite after that. Its losses are unequal to the elite, and the Russian military is already struggling to recruit soldiers by contract.
The last assessment of the Ukrainians (Thursday morning) On the Russian side of the damage, he spoke of 14,000 soldiers killed, wounded, prisoners or fugitives.
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