Ukraine attack kills quothundredsquot by Russian soldiers Africa

Ukraine: attack kills "hundreds" by Russian soldiers Africa

“On December 31, up to 10 units of enemy military equipment of various kinds were destroyed or damaged” in Makiivka, Donetsk region, the Ukrainian General Staff said in a message on the social network Facebook, indicating that the number of resource losses among Russian people was still to rate.

According to various Russian and Ukrainian media reports, hundreds of Russian soldiers recently mobilized to invade Ukraine were reportedly killed in the Polytechnic School building in the town of Makiivka, Donetsk region.

The Russian television channel Tsagrad estimates the number of victims at “hundreds”, the proRussian channel Operational Reports of the social network Telegram speaks of 500 dead.

Some Ukrainian media quoted the Communications Department of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as reporting 400 Russian soldiers killed and another 300 wounded.

The Russian government had already confirmed the deaths of more than 60 soldiers this Monday (January 2) in an attack by the Ukrainian army with highly mobile artillery rockets (HIMARS) on a city in the Donetsk region.

The Russian Defense Ministry initially said that 63 soldiers were killed in the attack, which hit a makeshift deployment site in the town of Makivka.

Ukraine Donetsk |  Attack on Russian military barracks near Makiivka Makivka hosts a temporary deployment point for Russian troopsPhoto: RIA Novosti/SNA/IMAGO

A few hours later, the Ukrainian Joint War Crimes Control and Coordination Center confirmed that Ukrainian forces had carried out several artillery attacks on the city of Donetsk.

More specifically, Ukrainian journalist Bohdan Butkevych quoted sources as saying the HIMARS “tore down the school building like a house of cards,” mentioning the deaths of about 300 Russian soldiers.

The military offensive launched by Russia in Ukraine on February 24 has already caused the displacement of more than 14 million people 6.5 million internally displaced and more than 7.8 million to European countries according to the latest data from the UN classification Refugee crisis as the worst in Europe since World War II (19391945).

Currently, 17.7 million Ukrainians are in need of humanitarian assistance and 9.3 million are in need of food and shelter.

The Russian invasion — justified by Russian President Vladimir Putin with the need to “deNazify” and demilitarize Ukraine for Russia’s security — was generally condemned by the international community, which responded by sending arms to Ukraine and they imposed political and economic sanctions on Russia.

The UN presented as confirmed 6,884 civilian deaths and 10,947 wounded since the beginning of the war, underlining that these figures are far below the actual figures.

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