ALONA MAZURENKO — WEDNESDAY, 21 SEPTEMBER 2022, 18: 57
Russian media outlets have calculated that claims made by Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu about Ukraine’s losses are at odds with the Russian Defence Ministry’s own daily reports, and that Russia’s losses are greater than the minister announced.
Details: Agentstvo estimates that Igor Konashenkov, the official representative of the Russian Defence Ministry, reported at least 83,000 Ukrainian soldiers killed in the daily reports between 24 February and 20 September.
It is noted that this figure significantly exceeds the Ukrainian army losses announced on 21 September by Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu. According to Shoigu, Ukraine has suffered losses of 61,207 soldiers killed and 49,368 wounded during the war.
In other words, the Russian terrorists have published differing data and did not stick to one version of their own lies about Ukrainian losses. Furthermore, the Russian occupiers have admitted only 10% of their own losses in Ukrane.
The number of Russian soldiers killed in the war as per Shoigu’s statement is also lower than the number of servicemen known to have been buried according to open sources in the Russian Federation.
Shoigu claimed that 5,937 Russian servicemen have been killed since the beginning of the Russian invasion.
In early September, Mediazona and the BBC Russian Service confirmed the deaths of more than 6,000 military personnel according to open sources, particularly reports from regional authorities.
Mediazona noted that by 21 September, the deaths of more than 6,600 Russian servicemen had been confirmed.
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced partial mobilisation on the morning of 21 September.
In anticipation of a speech by Putin, which did not take place as expected on 20 September, Russians began to actively search up how to leave the country and how to defer army service.
Sergei Shoigu, Russian Minister of Defence, announced that 300,000 reservists will be mobilised in Russia.
On 21 September, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that Russia has lost 55,110 military personnel since 24 February.
Oleksii Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine, has described the announcement of partial mobilisation in Russia as Vladimir Putin’s plan to “get rid” of Russian citizens.
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