Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Russia has lost about 32,300 of its troops, the General Staff of Ukraine reported on Facebook on June 13.
The enemy suffered the greatest losses over the past day on the Bakhmut axis.
The invaders have also lost more than 9,500 pieces of equipment in total. A breakdown of the enemy’s losses over the course of the full-scale invasion:
Personnel - about 32,300 (+150)
Tanks - 1432 (+2)
Armored fighting vehicles - 3492 (+8)
Artillery systems - 718 (+3)
Multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) - 226 (+0)
Anti-aircraft defense system - 97 (+0)
Aircraft - 213 (+1)
Helicopters - 178 (+0)
UAVs - 585 (+3)
Cruise missiles - 125 (+0)
Warships/boats - 13 (+0)
Automobiles and fuel trucks - 2460 (+5)
Special vehicles - 53 (+0).
Russia attacked Ukraine on February 24th. June 13 is the 110th day of the full-scale war. The invading Russians troops tried to advance into Ukraine from the north, east and south, while shelling peaceful cities throughout Ukraine using artillery and airstrikes.
The Kremlin has changed the goals of its war in Ukraine several times during these three months. Russian forces failed their operation to seize Kyiv and withdraw its troops from the north of the country, including Chernihiv and Sumy oblasts. After that, Russian troops concentrated on fighting for control of the Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts, as large portions of the Donbas had been under the control of Ukraine before the full-scale invasion.
Russian invaders control only one regional center - the city of Kherson in the south of Ukraine. Parts of the Zaporizhzhya, Kherson and Kharkiv oblasts have also been captured by the Russians.
In some areas, Ukrainian troops have mounted a counteroffensive.