Russian troop losses in Ukraine hit 34,530, says Ukraine's General Staff

24 June, 12:38 PM
The Ukrainian Armed Forces have destroyed over 10,000 units of Russian military equipment (Photo:Генштаб ЗСУ/Facebook)

The Ukrainian Armed Forces have destroyed over 10,000 units of Russian military equipment (Photo:Генштаб ЗСУ/Facebook)

Russia has already lost about 34,530 soldiers since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Ukraine's General Staff said in a Facebook post on June 24.

The Ukrainian military said that the enemy had suffered the greatest losses in the Slovyansk and Bakhmut areas over the past day.

The total combat losses of the enemy from Feb. 24 to June 24 are the following:

  • Personnel – about 34,530 (+100);
  • Tanks – 1,507 (+3);
  • Armored combat vehicles – 3,637 (+5);
  • Artillery systems – 759 (+3);
  • Multiple launch rocket systems – 241 (+1);
  • Air defense systems – 99 (+0);
  • Warplanes – 216 (+0);
  • Helicopters – 183 (+0);
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles – 622 (+2);
  • Cruise missiles – 137 (+0);
  • Warships / boats – 14 (+0);
  • Motor vehicles and fuel tankers – 2,553 (+5);
  • Specialized equipment – 60 (+0).
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Russia invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24. June 24 is the 121st day of full-scale war. The invading forces tried to advance from the north, east and south, shelling peaceful cities throughout Ukraine using artillery and bombing them from the air.

During this time, the Kremlin has changed the goals of its war in Ukraine several times. After a failed operation to seize Kyiv and then the retreat of its troops from Kyiv, Chernihiv, and Sumy Oblasts, Russian forces concentrated on fighting for the territories of Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts that it had not yet occupied during the previous eight years of war.

Kherson remains the only provincial capital under Russian control. Russian forces maintain their hold on parts of Zaporizhzhya, Kherson, and Kharkiv Oblasts.

Ukrainian troops are counterattacking in some areas and Russian troops are taking heavy losses.

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