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All that Russia lost in two months of the war in Ukraine: This is the balance of Vladimir Putin's forces and there are no positive numbers |  international |  News

All that Russia lost in two months of the war in Ukraine: This is the balance of Vladimir Putin’s forces and there are no positive numbers | international | News

Two months after the start The conflict between Russia and Ukraineon February 24, everything is going as the least planning by a government Russian President Vladimir Putinwho in a military operation ordered the “disarmament and disarmament” of a neighboring country, believed that he would soon sing victory, but the strategy was unsuccessful.

The forces of the former Soviet Union are not advancing as planned. The achievements they obtained during the war are few and the human losses they recorded are many. Also, there are a lot of material losses since the Ukrainians face.

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All that Russia lost in two months of the war in Ukraine

According to the latest data published by the Ukrainian ground forces, 21,800 Russian soldiers were killed during the fighting, although other sources indicated a higher death toll, nearly 30,000 Russians and more material losses, according to the British Guardian newspaper. daily Mail.

At the moment, there are no positive balances for Putin. In terms of calculating losses, the Kremlin will have to add 873 destroyed tanks, 2,238 armored vehicles, 179 aircraft, 154 helicopters and 408 artillery systems, official Ukrainian calculations reported.

Russia underestimated Ukraine

The numbers mean nothing for a military power like that of Russia, which it believed from the start had an advantage and this played against it, according to expert analysts.

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When the conflict began two months ago, the Russians had an army of 280,000 active, full-time soldiers compared to 125,600 soldiers in Ukraine, led by Volodymyr Zelensky.

But for Michael Clarke, a professor in the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, the number of Russians needed to conquer the neighboring country must have reached at least a million.

Although the Russian government is in control Mariupol victory Recently and other regions of Ukraine, everything points to the defeat of the president who is being questioned by the entire international press and world organizations. (me)

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