3,474 cruise missiles, 1,525 UAVs. The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine called the losses of Russia on November 16 since the start of a full-scale war against Ukraine

3,474 cruise missiles, 1,525 UAVs.  The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine called the losses of Russia on November 16 since the start of a full-scale war against Ukraine

Among them – 82,710 personnel

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has updated the list of losses of the Russian army since the start of a full-scale military invasion of our country.

“The total combat losses of the enemy from 24.02 to 16.11 were approximately:

  • personnel / personnel – about / about 82710 (+630) people liquidated / persons were liquidated,
  • tanks / tanks – 2871 (+10) units,
  • armored combat vehicles / APV – 5797 (+24) units,
  • artillery systems / artillery systems – 1860 (+10) units,
  • MLRS / MLRS – 393 (+0) units,
  • air defense systems / Anti-aircraft warfare systems – 209 (+1) units,
  • aircraft / aircraft – 278 (+0) units,
  • helicopters / helicopters – 261 (+0) units,
  • UAV operational-tactical level / UAV operational-tactical level – 1525 (+14),
  • cruise missiles / cruise missiles – 3474 (+75),
  • ships / boats / warships / boats – 16 (+0) units,
  • automotive equipment and tank trucks / vehicles and fuel tanks – 4360 (+9) units,
  • special equipment / special equipment – 160 (+0).

The enemy suffered the greatest losses in the Limansky, Avdeevsky and Bakhmut directions. / Russian enemy suffered the greatest losses (of the past day) at the Lyman, Avdiyivka and Bakhmut directions directions.

The data is being specified / Data are being updated,” the message says.

Early on the morning of February 24, Russia launched rocket and air strikes on most Ukrainian cities and then launched a full-scale military invasion. The war against Russia has been going on for 266 days.

Source: Sportarena

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