Zelensky announced a sharp decrease in losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in July

According to Zelensky, the losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine have decreased to 30 people killed and about 250 wounded per day compared to May and June, when the number of people killed reached 200 people per day *

The daily losses of Ukrainian troops are about 30 people were killed and 250 people were wounded. This statement was made by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

As the newspaper notes, he claims that Ukraine's losses “decreased to 30 people killed, about 250 wounded.” per day, while in May and June, according to the President of Ukraine, the losses ranged from 100 to 200 people killed.

In early June, Zelensky claimed that the country was losing “60 to 100 soldiers killed and about 500 wounded in combat” every day. At the same time, David Arakhamia, the head of the Ukrainian delegation at the talks with Russia on the conflict settlement, estimated Ukrainian losses at 200-500 people a day. According to him, at that time 1 million people were involved in the hostilities, and Kyiv had the opportunity to increase this number to 2 million.

On June 11, Aleksey Arestovich, an adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, said that since the beginning of the Russian military operation on February 24, the Armed Forces of Ukraine had lost up to 10,000 servicemen. Earlier, he said that the exact figures would not be disclosed until the end of hostilities, explaining this as a state secret.

At the end of March, the Russian Ministry of Defense claimed that 14,000 Ukrainian soldiers were killed during the special operation, another 16,000 people were injured, sick or temporarily lost their combat capability. In mid-March, the ministry announced that 23,000 soldiers of the “Ukrainian army, the National Guard and foreign mercenaries” had died. The losses of the Russian army were last reported in the ministry on March 25: 1,351 dead, 3,825 wounded.

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Vladimir Zelensky

politician, president of Ukraine

January 25, 1978

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