The Times: Every 90 meters of Ukrainian land goes to Russia at the cost of losing about 2,000 invaders
The loss of the Russian army can be up to two thousand troops for every 100 yards (91 meters) taken as a result of the offensive in eastern Ukraine. This is reported by The Times with reference to NATO intelligence data.
The publication does not specify whether it is only the dead or the wounded are also taken into account.
The Times writes that the figures appeared in during the discussion of new arms supplies to Ukraine on Wednesday. The new weapons should allow Kiev to push Russia out over the next three months.
During the discussion, US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin noted that the Russian ground forces are now “greatly thinned and demoralized.”
“Russia continues to send a large amount of additional resources into battle. Most people are poorly trained and poorly equipped, and because of this, Russia suffers heavy losses,” Austin said.
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