31k Ukrainian Soldiers Killed in 2 Yrs Post-Russia Attack, Zelensky

31k Ukrainian Soldiers Killed:

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stated that during the two years following the Russian attacks, 31k Ukrainian soldiers killed

Zelensky's Remarks:

According to a report by the Qatari news agency Al Jazeera titled "Ukraine, 2024," Zelensky addressed the forum, describing this loss as a significant sacrifice for Ukraine.

Ukrainian Soldiers Killed
31k Ukrainian Soldiers Killed in 2 Yrs Post-Russia Attack, Zelensky


Losses in Ukrainian-Controlled Territories:

Zelensky also mentioned that "tens of thousands of people" in the Ukrainian-controlled territories have lost their lives, although he noted that accurate figures won't be known until the end of the war.

Uncertainty Surrounding Casualty Figures:

"I don't know how many were killed, how many were murdered, how much violence was committed, or how many were displaced," he added.

Confirmation of 31k Ukrainian Soldiers Killed:

This marks the first occasion where Ukraine has confirmed the number of its fallen soldiers since the beginning of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine on February 24, 2022.

Russian Casualty Figures:

On the other hand, Russia has also provided some official figures of casualties. The independent Russian news agency Mediazona reported during the week that nearly 75,000 Russian men were killed in combat in 2022 and 2023.

Zelensky's Statement on Russian Losses:

Regarding Russian losses, Zelensky mentioned that 180,000 Russian soldiers were killed, and tens of thousands were injured.

American Intelligence Report:

However, according to a mid-December 2023 report by the American intelligence community, 315,000 Russian soldiers were either killed or injured in Ukraine.

Previous American Statements:

On the other hand, American authorities had previously stated in August that the number of Ukrainian military fatalities was 70,000, with 120,000 injured.

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