Russian military passes milestone of 100,000 killed in action

22 December 2022, 03:30 PM

Russian military passes milestone of 100,000 killed in action

Russians have accepted a high price for the war of aggressions against Ukraine, and their choice of tactics in the Battle for Bakhmut especially have been extremely. So, they have passed the milestone of over 100,000 Russian soldiers killed in action.

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