More Than 3500 Russian Soldiers Killed – Ukrainian President
Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky, has posted a self-shot video of himself on Twitter walking around the streets of Kyiv in an apparent effort to combat rumours that he has called on the army to surrender to Russian troops. BLUEPRINTS reports.
“There’s a lot of fake information online that I call on our army to lay down arms, and that there’s evacuation,” he said against a backdrop of Kyiv’s Gorodetsky House.
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Similarly, the Ukrainian military has published what they claim is a breakout of Russia’s losses.
According to a post on its Facebook page, more than 3,500 Russian soldiers involved in the invasion have been killed and almost 200 taken prisoner. jamb results
They add that Russia has also lost 14 aircraft, 8 helicopters, and 102 tanks so far. The BBC is unable to independently verify any of these claims.
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