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Russia's losses in Ukraine as of November 22: 850 troops and 7 tanks

Russia's losses in Ukraine as of November 22: 850 troops and 7 tanks Illustrative photo (Getty Images)
Author: Maria Kholina

Losses for Russia in the war against Ukraine have surpassed 320,000 occupiers, with the Ukrainian Armed Forces having eliminated another 850 invaders in just the last 24 hours, according to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The overall Russian combat losses from February 24, 2022 to November 22, 2023, are estimated as follows:

  • Personnel: About 320,670 (+850) individuals;
  • Tanks: 5,446 (+7) units;
  • Armored personnel vehicles (APV): 10,188 (+14) units;
  • Artillery systems: 7,769 (+17) units;
  • Multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS): 899 units;
  • Anti-aircraft warfare systems: 589 (+1) units;
  • Aircraft: 323 units;
  • Helicopters: 324 units;
  • UAV operational-tactival level: 5,784 (+13) units;
  • Cruise missiles: 1,564 units;
  • Warships/boats: 22 units;
  • Submarines: 1 unit;
  • Vehicles and fuel tanks: 10,159 (+25) units;
  • Special equipment: 1,105 (+7) units.

Frontline situation

Currently, the Ukrainian military offensive is concentrated on two fronts - Bakhmut and Melitopol. The Ukrainian Armed Forces are advancing south of Bakhmut and conducting an offensive operation in the Zaporizhzhia region.

In addition, Ukrainian forces are consolidating their positions on the left bank of the Kherson region.

Meanwhile, occupiers are attempting to break through the Ukrainian defense in the east. The Russians aim to encircle Avdiivka and have shifted to an active defense near Bakhmut, seeking to reclaim lost positions.

Ground forces believe that one of the main objectives for the Ukrainian Armed Forces this winter is to cut off the enemy's logistical routes.