Here’s the number of Ukrainian deaths in two months of Russian war
HERE’S THE NUMBER OF UKRAINIAN DEATHS IN TWO MONTHS OF RUSSIAN WAR
UKRAINIAN officials published the lost of lives since the war begun. Its now exactly two months when Russian troops invaded Ukraine and since then, Ukraine has never been the same. They have published the number of Ukrainian deaths in two months of Putin’s “unjustified war”
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According to Ukrainian officials, at least 2,500 to 3,000 Ukrainian troops have been killed since the war begun. The number is still the same as it was estimated last week 2500-3000 Ukraine troops have died compared to Russia’s 19000-20000 – Zelensky says.
Also, 2,435 civilians have been killed including 213 innocent children.
Below is a brief report released by Kyiv Independent, a Ukrainian news outlet
Ukrainian officials also estimate 21,800 Russian troops have died.
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