Ukraine’s allies wondered how the country got real-time data about the enemy — HUR
Ukrainian military in Bakhmut (Photo:REUTERS/Yevhen Titov)
On the first days of Russia’s full-scale invasion, Ukraine’s allies wondered where the country’s intelligence was receiving “real-time” data from, the deputy chief of Ukraine’s HUR intelligence, Vadym Skibitsky, said in an interview with the German newspaper Bild on Dec. 18.
“We received so many tips. Almost every Ukrainian who had a phone reported where the Russian military was deployed at the time,” Skibitskyy said.
According to him, “our allies were asking us with surprise whether we were getting our data about the enemy in real time, because in each village we could show exactly how many Russian soldiers were in which house.”
According to the General Staff, since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Russia has lost about 98,800 soldiers, including 520 over the past 24 hours.
The invaders have also lost more than 19,000 pieces of equipment.
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