The Russian army is losing more leaders at the front. On Thursday, Lieutenant-Colonel Paul Kislyakov, who was the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Russian Army and the head of the operational department of the 11th Airborne Brigade, was buried. Earlier, they died, among others Major General Roman Kutuzov, Major General Vladimir Frolov or Major General Vitaly Gerasimo. In total, 12 generals died in Ukraine.
The Russians in Ukraine suffered heavy losses in the leadership ranks. According to experts, this is due to the presence of high-ranking military personnel on the front line.
Lieutenant Colonel Paul Kislyakov was the Deputy Chief of Staff of the Russian Army and the head of the operational department of the 11th Airborne Brigade. He was going to die in the Kherson region.
According to the media, he was buried in his hometown of the Moscow region.
death of generals
In early June, the Strategic Communications Department of the Office of the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced the death of Russian Major General Roman Kutuzov in the Battle of Popasna. Kutuzov was the commander of the Fifth Army of the Combined Armed Forces of Russia.
Major Russian commander Denis Golovko was killed during the fighting in Ukraine. In the Russian army, he was the deputy commander of the 2nd battalion of the 71st motorized rifle regiment. The media reported on April 17 that this is the last of the top Russian commanders who died during the “special operation”.
The deputy commander of the Eighth Army of the Russian Southern Military District, Major General Vladimir Frolov, died in Ukraine in mid-April. A high-ranking military man was buried in St. Petersburg. Then the eighth generals died during the invasion.
Ukrinform reported in early March that the 41st Chief of Staff of the Russian Army, Major General Vitaly Gerasimov, was killed in the fighting in the outskirts of Kharkiv. According to its data, other high-ranking officers of the assailant were also killed, and others were injured.
The invading army lost at least 12 generals, 57 lieutenants, 111 commanders, 158 commanders, and 159 lieutenants in combat.
According to the estimates of the Ukrainian General Staff, the total losses of the Russian army as of July 1, include: about 35,750 soldiers, 1,577 tanks, 3,736 armored vehicles, 796 artillery systems, 246 multiple rocket launchers, 105 air defense systems, 217 aircraft , 186 helicopters, 143 cruise missiles, 645 drones, and 15 watercraft.
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