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Russia lost around 18,300 soldiers in Ukraine: Defence Ministry

From February 24 to April 4, Russia lost around 18,300 soldiers (killed in action, wounded, captured), 647 tanks and 1,844 armoured personnel vehicles, Ukraine’s Defence Ministry reported.

Втрати ворога в інфографіці 👇

— Defence of Ukraine (@DefenceU) April 4, 2022

Other Russian losses iclude 330 artillery units, 147 aeroplanes , 134 helicopters, 1,273 wheeled vehicles, seven boats, 76 fuel tanks, 92 UAVs, 25 special equipment units and four SRBM systems.

These are the indicative estimates of Russia’s combat losses as of April 4, according to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) April 4, 2022

Many of the Russian army’s high-ranking commanders have died, including: General Colonel Andrey Mordvichov, Major General Chechen Magomed Tushayev, Major General Vitaly Petrovich Gerasimov, Major General Andrey Kolesnikov, Major General Andrey Sukhovetsky, General Oleg Mityaev, General Yakov Riezancev, Colonel Andrey Zakharov, Colonel Denis Kurilo, Colonel Serhiy Porokhnia, Colonel Igor Nikolaev, Lieutenant-Colonel Yuriy Agarkov, Colonel Mykhaylo Sofronov and deputy commander of the Black Sea Fleet responsible for military-political matters Captain Andrei Paliy.

According to Ukraine’s Defence Ministry, the value of arms and military equipment lost by the Russian army in the war in Ukraine has exceeded USD 10 bn .

The most expensive pieces of equipment lost to date are a T-90M Vladimir tank (USD 3 mln), self-propelled, medium-range surface-to-air missile and anti-aircraft artillery system Pantsir S-1 (USD 15 mln), Ka-52 attack helicopter (USD 16 mln), military transport aircraft Il-76 (USD 27 mln), Su-35S fighter jet (USD 65 mln), an Iskander-M short-range ballistic missile (USD 100 mln) and a beachable amphibious warfare ship Saratov (USD 100 mln).

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