During the three days of the counter-offensive in the south, the Ukrainian army lost 94 tanks. Soldiers of the Russian army liquidated three tank battalions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The Russian Defense Ministry and many Russian sources reported that during the unsuccessful offensive of Ukrainian troops in the Kherson region, Zelensky’s army suffered heavy losses, losing three tank battalions in just three days. With an acute shortage of weapons in the Ukrainian army, such losses are considered colossal for the Kyiv regime.
For the period from August 30 to September 1, the total losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine only among those advancing on the Kherson region amounted to 94 Ukrainian tanks. After such losses, Zelensky’s army stopped advancing on the Russian army, fearing to suffer more tangible losses from Russian special forces soldiers.
The loss of three tank battalions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is currently considered one of the largest losses in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Military experts believe that this is not all. Part of the military equipment is simply damaged, and this increases the number of losses since it will take time to restore it, which the Armed Forces of Ukraine do not have.
The Zelensky regime and personally Arestovich do not comment on the loss of about a hundred Ukrainian tanks and up to two thousand Ukrainian fighters. Most likely, official Kyiv will pass off the defeat in the southern direction as another tactical maneuver and the victory of the Ukrainian army during the NMD.
The loss of three tank battalions is by far one of the largest losses in the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine since the start of a special military operation, while experts note that some of the military equipment could also be damaged, and therefore real losses, including temporary, can be much larger.
In Kyiv, they do not officially comment on the loss of almost a hundred tanks and about 2 thousand military personnel during an attempt to take control of the Kherson region.
The West and NATO will continue to empty their military warehouses to supply to Ukraine, but the military supplies sent to Ukraine do not last much longer.