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Ukraine launches counteroffensive in the east: Reuters

15.05.2022 07:00
Ukrainian military forces on Saturday launched a counteroffensive against the Russian invader in the east of the country, the Reuters news agency has reported.
Subway station after Russian bomb attacks on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.
Subway station after Russian bomb attacks on the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.Photo: PAP/Alena Solomonova

According to the agency, Ukrainian forces have recently been regaining territory in the Donbas region, “driving the Russians away from the second-largest Ukrainian city of Kharkiv.”

Around 27,400 Russian troops have been killed in Ukraine since Vladimir Putin invaded the country in late February, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported on Sunday

The Russians have also lost “1,220 tanks, 2,958 armored fighting vehicles, 555 artillery systems, 195 multiple launch rocket systems, 89 anti-aircraft warfare systems, 200 aircraft, 164 helicopters, 2,087 motor vehicles and fuel tankers, 13 ships/boats, and 416 unmanned aerial vehicles," according to the Ukrainian army.

At least nine Russian generals are believed to have died in the war, Polish broadcaster TVP Info reported on its website.


Source: reuters