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WorldRussiaMore than 10,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed since the beginning of war: Arestovich

Over 10,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed since the beginning of the Russia’s war on Ukraine on February 24, as per Oleksiy Arestovich, an advisor to the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy.

Ukrainian Defence Minister, Oleksii Reznikov, had earlier stated this week that around 100 Ukrainian soldiers were being killed each day. Arestovich confirmed this figure and said that his nation had suffered similar losses since the beginning of the war. He further added that meant a total of 10,000 Ukrainian soldiers had been killed.


Both Russia and Ukraine have been vague about the exact number of casualties due to the fighting. According to Arestovich, the Russians have been suffering great losses. Artillery strikes conducted on Friday were particularly effective, said the adviser, who estimated that about 600 Russian soldiers were killed on that day alone.

Moreover, Russia’s war against Ukraine has already crossed the 100th-day mark and is turning worse to worse day by day.

During the early June, Ukraine has made an announcement about the deaths of four foreign army volunteers battling the Russian military, whose invasion has incited several foreign nations to stand by Ukraine.

The International Legion of Defence of Ukraine, an official volunteer brigade, made the following announcement that the men from Germany, the Netherlands, Australia and France had died but did not specify when or under what circumstances.

As per the statement, it said, that, “We lost our brothers in combat, but their bravery, their memory and legacy will inspire us forever.”

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