NATO says there have been up to 40,000 Russian casualties in Ukraine

Up to 40,000 Russian casualties recorded since the war began according to NATO

NATO Says there have been up to 40,000 Russian casualties in Ukraine

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NATO says there have been up to 40,000 Russian casualties in Ukraine.

The NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION, NATO said up to 40,000 Russian soldiers have either been killed, became prisoners, gone missing or severely wounded.

Just last week, Ukraine officials say they can confirm the killing of over 12000 Russian soldiers by their estimations: Ukraine and Russia lost 1300 and 12000 troops respectively since the war begun

But a senior NATO official said that number may even be more. A statement published by The wall Street Journal from NATO tells the number of deaths.

NATO

reveals between 7,000 and 15,000 Russian soldiers have been killed since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022.

“NATO estimates that between 7,000 and 15,000 Russian soldiers have been killed since the invasion began on February 24. Using statistical averages from past conflicts that for every casualty roughly three soldiers are wounded” The wall Street Journal disclosed.

Russia started its “special military operation” with 190,000 Russian soldiers. Weeks after Syrian soldiers and other volunteers joined. Many fighters have also volunteered from all parts of the world including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Germany etc. to fight for Ukraine.

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Among these Russian soldiers was a 21year old, Kirill Ulyashev who lost his life weeks ago, and was buried yesterday. Young Kirill wrote a note to his family back in Russia, telling them everything was fine according to reports but never made it the next day.

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