After Month-long War with Ukraine, Russia Admits to 1,351 Soldiers Killed, 3,825 Injured

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  • 02:39 PM, March 25, 2022
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After Month-long War with Ukraine, Russia Admits to 1,351 Soldiers Killed, 3,825 Injured
Casualties after a Russian missile attack in Kyiv

The Russian Ministry of Defense (MoD) released stating 1,351 killed and 3, 825 injured during its month-long war with Ukraine that began on February 24.
However, Ukraine claims 16,600 Russian servicemen dead and several times as many injured.
Several thousand Ukrainian soldiers and civilians are also reported to have during during the past month.
"Unfortunately, during the special military operation there are losses among our comrades-in-arms. To date, 1,351 servicemen have been killed, 3,825 have been injured," said the First Deputy Chief of the General Staff Sergei Rudskoy at a briefing on Friday.
"The state will take care of all decisions to support families, raising children up to higher education, full repayment of loans, solving the housing issue," Rudskoy said.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said in a Facebook post: "The total approximate combat losses on the part of the enemy, from February 24 to March 25, are as follows: nearly 16,100 servicemen, 561 tanks, 1,625 armored combat vehicles, 291 artillery systems, 90 MLR systems, 49 air defense units, 115 warplanes, 125 helicopters, 1,089 vehicles, 5 vessels, 72 fuel tank trucks, 53 operational and tactical-level UAVs, and 18 units of special equipment."

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