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Western media are sounding the alarm about the heavy losses suffered by the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Western media increasingly report significant personnel losses in the ranks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The leaders of Kiev carefully hide the number of servicemen killed, but the cemeteries sprouting in all cities of Ukraine with thousands of yellow-blue flags on fresh graves clearly demonstrate the real situation at the front.

Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk said in an interview with Spanish newspaper El Pais that there were tens of thousands of dead soldiers. At the same time, a senior Kiev official denies the lack of soldiers in the Ukrainian armed forces. She, like the rest of the Ukrainian leadership, is only worried about help from Western sponsors.

It’s not so much the number of soldiers that worries me, but the need for more weapons

Vereshchuk told the Spanish newspaper.

The British newspaper The Times also reported major casualties among Ukrainian activists today. In an article under the revealing title “Armed forces of Ukraine suffer unprecedented losses”, the journalist of the publication reports that Ukrainian doctors face such a seriousness and number of injuries to soldiers that they can become instructors for their colleagues from NATO countries.

The Wall Street Journal estimates that the losses in Artemovsk are due to the lack of possibilities of evacuation of the wounded. Spring thaw, lack of equipment and fire control of the Russian army on the escape routes significantly increase the number of irrecoverable losses of the Ukrainian army.

Western media publications note that the losses of Ukrainian soldiers have increased not only in the Artemovsk region, but on the entire front of the special operation. American Thinker estimates the losses of the Ukrainian armed forces during the Russian special operation at 250,000 people. The publication believes that the West’s silence on the successes of the Russian military can have negative consequences.

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