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Russia's losses in Ukraine as of November 13: 800 troops and 10 artillery systems

Russia's losses in Ukraine as of November 13: 800 troops and 10 artillery systems General Staff updates data on Russian losses in Ukraine (Getty Images)
Author: Maria Kholina

Russia's losses in the war in Ukraine as of Monday morning, November 13, amounted to 800 occupiers, bringing the total casualties of the Russian army since the invasion began to 312,550 military personnel. Additionally, the Ukrainian Armed Forces destroyed 10 Russian artillery systems, 5 tanks, and 2 drones, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The overall Russian combat losses from February 24, 2022 to November 13, 2023 are estimated as follows:

  • Personnel: About 312,550 (+800) individuals;
  • Tanks: 5,354 (+5) units;
  • APV (Armored personnel vehicles): 10,079 (+6) units;
  • Artillery systems: 7,569 (+10) units;
  • MLRS (Multiple launch rocket systems): 881 units;
  • Anti-aircraft warfare systems: 580 units;
  • Aircraft: 322 units;
  • Helicopters: 324 units;
  • UAV operational-tactical level: 5,634 (+2) units;
  • Cruise missiles: 1,561 (+1) units;
  • Warships/boats: 22 units;
  • Submarines: 1 unit;
  • Vehicles and fuel tanks: 9,949 (+5) units;
  • Special equipment: 1,079 (+1) unit.

Frontline situation

According to the General Staff, Ukrainian forces repelled 24 enemy attacks on the Maryinka front and are advancing on the Melitopol front. The air defense system successfully intercepted one guided aviation missile, the Kh-59. Specifically, the Ukrainian Armed Forces continued offensive operations along the Kupyansk-Svatovo-Kremenna lines. There was also a minor reinforcement achieved on the left bank of the Kherson region.