345 Day of War

by Roman Cheplyk
Friday, February 3, 2023
345 Day of War

129.870 Russian soldiers will never return home

For the Ukrainian society and government, the past week was a ray of light in the struggle for freedom, European development, and victory over the aggressor. Germany finally approved the delivery of 88 battle tanks, Japan continued to support Ukraine, and Russian assets are approaching use in Ukraine’s reconstruction. In addition, on February 3, Kyiv began the Ukraine-EU summit despite the war.

At this time, the aggressor sets goals that it is unlikely to achieve. Putin ordered his soldiers to "liberate" the Donetsk region and reach Zaporizhzhia until March. However, the War Research Institute reports that Russia has not grown enough equipment and personnel to defeat the Ukrainian defence. Moreover, the rotten army of the world loses 500 to 800 soldiers every day. Almost a year the Kremlin lost:

  • 129.870 — personnel;
  • 3.215 — tanks;
  • 6.388 — armoured personnel vehicle;
  • 2.215/460 — artillery systems/MRS;
  • 222 — anti-aircraft warfare systems;
  • 294/284 — aircraft/helicopters;
  • 1.952 — UAV operational-tactical level;
  • 796 — cruise missiles;
  • 18 — warship/boats;
  • 5.068 — vehicles, fuel tanks;
  • 202 — special equipment.

Unfortunately, the Russian Federation wants to keep the account not in an honest way, continuing to kill civilians. This week, "liberators" killed people with missiles from a high-rise building in Kramatorsk and a hospital in Kherson.

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