The body Fuerzas Armadas de Ukraine han cifrado este sábado en más de 52,000 the number of dead Russian soldiers since the beginning of the warincluding 350 during the last 24 hours, in the middle of a series of counter-offensives launched by the Ukrainian troops during the last days.
The State Mayor of the Ukrainian Army has signaled in a message published on his account on the social network Facebook that “alrededor de 52,250” Russian soldiers have died in the framework of the combats and has added that they have also been destroyed 2,136 combat tanks, 1,259 artillery systems, 162 air defense systems and 311 self-propelled and armored multiple rocket launchers.
Likewise, it has been emphasized that 239 planes, 212 helicopters, 898 drones, 15 boats, 3,426 vehicles and fuel tanks and 114 pieces of special equipment have also been destroyed, while 215 cruise missiles have been shot down since the beginning of the hostilities. que estallaron el 24 de February por orden del presidente russo, Vladimir Putin.
“The Russian enemy suffered major losses during the last day in the direction of Kharkiv and Donetsk”, ha recalcado. “Golpeen al occupante.” Ganemos juntos. Nuestra fuerza está en la verdad“, the State Mayor of the Ukrainian Army pointed out.
On the other hand, he emphasized that “the enemy continues to focus his efforts and stabilize the total control over the territory of the region of Donetsk, maintaining the temporarily occupied districts in Kherson, part of Kharkiv, Zaporizhzhia and Mykolaiv”.
Likewise, he emphasized that “the enemy has carried out recognition tasks with great intensity and continues to adopt measures to improve logistical support for its troops”. “The threat of bombings and attacks with missiles continues to exist in the entire territory of Ukraine”affirmed.
The State Mayor of the Ukrainian Army has also assured that during the last 24 hours the country’s Air Force has carried out 33 bombsdestroying a warehouse of arms and causing “damage” to 25 “bastiones y lugares de acumulación de personal y equipamiento” de las fuerzas rusas.
The Polish Prime Minister traveled to Kiev to send “a political signal to the Kremlin”
The Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawieckiviajó este viernes a Kiev para, entre otras cosas, mandar “a political signal for the Kremlin”informed the spokesperson of the Gobierno de Varsovia, Piotr Müller.
Según el portavoz, el jefe del Ejecutivo polaco mantendrá en la capital ucraniana “various meetings”, durante las cuales “discussing important issues related to the geopolitical situation and the energy market, as well as security and the military situation”.
“On the other hand, gestures (como viajar a Kiev) son siempre una political signal para el Kremlin, y hoy volveremos a sendar esta signal. We will support Ukraine in this difficult situation, because we believe that Russia violates all possible international standards. In addition, the defense of Ukraine is also the defense of our security”, concluded Müller.
Last August 23, the Polish president, Andrzej Dudavisited Kiev, también sin anuncio previo por razones de seguridad, y tras interviewarse con su homólogo ucraniano, Volodymyr Zelensky.
(With information from Europa Press and EFE)