Ukraine says it has “liquidated” more than 700 Russian soldiers in the last day

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Today’s latest news about the Ukrainian-Russian war

MADRID, Jan. 2 (.) –

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have claimed this Monday to have “liquidated” more than 700 Russian soldiers in combat registered during the last day and have pointed out that to date more than 107,000 Russian soldiers have died since the start of the invasion.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Army has pointed out in a message on its account on the social network Facebook that 720 Russian soldiers have died in combat during the last 24 hours, with which “about 107,440” have died since the invasion broke out, unleashed on February 24 by order of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Likewise, it has stated that 3,031 battle tanks, 2,027 artillery systems, 213 anti-aircraft systems, 283 planes, 269 helicopters, 1,836 drones, 723 cruise missiles, 16 boats, 4,725 vehicles and fuel tanks, and 181 pieces of ” special equipment”.

“The Russian enemy has suffered the greatest losses during the last day in the directions to Liman, Bakhmut and Avdivka,” he said in his message. “The data is being updated. Hit the occupant. Let’s win together. Our strength is in the truth,” he concluded.

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