Advisor to the head of Zelensky's office Podolyak: Ukraine loses 100-200 soldiers every day In Kyiv, they saw the reason for the heavy losses in the absence of military parity with Russia alt=”Zelensky's office assessed the daily losses of the Ukrainian army” />
The daily losses of the Ukrainian forces range from 100 to 200 servicemen killed, the large losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are caused by the lack of parity between the military capabilities of Moscow and Kyiv. This was stated by Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Mykhailo Podolyak on the air of Newshour BBC World Service, the BBC Ukrainian service reports.
He stressed that Ukraine lacks artillery systems supplied by the West, urging to supply Kyiv up to 300 guns.
About a week ago, in early June, President Volodymyr Zelensky gave an assessment of the daily losses of Ukrainian forces, he said that from 60 to 100 soldiers die every day, about 500 more are injured. Zelensky called the current situation very difficult, noting that the most difficult situation is now “in the east of Ukraine and in the south of Donetsk and Luhansk.”
For the last time, the total losses of the Ukrainian army over the Zelensky called special operations in Russia in mid-April. He said that 2.5-3 thousand people died, another 10 thousand were injured.
At the end of March, the Russian Ministry of Defense claimed that 14 thousand Ukrainian soldiers were killed, another 16 thousand people— wounded, sick or temporarily out of action. At the same time, in mid-March, the ministry reported 23,000 dead soldiers of the “Ukrainian army, the National Guard and foreign mercenaries.” The ministry last reported on the losses of the Russian army on March 25: 1351 dead, 3825 wounded.
In total, by the end of May, 700 thousand people took part in the hostilities on the side of Ukraine, Zelensky said. In early June, he noted that Kyiv was “inferior in equipment”; Russian troops, and therefore the offensive of the Ukrainian army is impossible. “We will suffer even more losses, and people— my priority",— stressed the President of Ukraine.
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