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The Russian military is calling for reinforcements, the UK says

The Russian military is calling for reinforcements, the UK says

Russia is calling for military reinforcements across the country to deal with “continuing staff losses” in Ukraine, according to a public intelligence report released by the UK Defense Ministry. Today marks the 21st day of the Russian invasion of the country.

“Russia is increasingly expecting the creation of additional troops to strengthen and replace its personnel. Russia is struggling to carry out offensive operations in the face of protracted Ukrainian opposition,” the CNN International report said.

The UK ministry said Russia was re-establishing forces from as far away as its eastern military district, the Pacific Navy and Armenia, and was increasingly turning to other sources of militancy, such as “private military companies, Syrians and other mercenaries”.

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The British assessment added that “Russia will use these forces to retain occupied territory and to release its combat power to renew stalled offensive operations.”

The document says that as the bridges were demolished by Ukrainian forces, Russian forces trying to enter major cities moved slowly.

“We know that Vladimir Putin’s plans are not going as planned,” British Foreign Secretary Liz Tross told Sky News yesterday. “He did not make the progress he had hoped for and we know the barriers we have applied to are working,” he added.

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This was stated by the Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine Anna Malyar on Sunday (13) The number of Russian soldiers killed was about 12,000. Russia has not confirmed this information.

On March 2, Russia, in a rare revelation of the number of military personnel killed in the conflict, said. 498 of its soldiers died In the conflict so far. However, on the same day, Ukraine claimed that 6,000 Russian soldiers had been killed in the war. Demonstrates a large difference between the numbers published on each side of the conflict.

The death toll from the Ukrainian soldiers is estimated at 1,300, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky told a news conference in Kiev on Saturday (12). Russia has not released information on this.

According to Zhelensky, the death toll from the Russian military has been huge for decades. He also said on the date that after the reaction of the Ukrainian army, about 31 groups of Russian tactical battalions were unable to fight. More than 360 Russian tanks were lost, according to the Ukrainian president.

The UN Office for Human Rights (UN) said on Monday (14). At least 636 civilians have been confirmed killed in Ukraine As of March 13, including 46 children.

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