Setback for Putin: Ukraine Takes Out Nearly 1000 Russian Soldiers and Eight Tanks

The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense published alleged Russian losses as of November 14, 2023, on the platform X, reporting them in the hundreds of thousands.

On X, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry stated that Russia lost 920 soldiers in the last 24 hours, bringing the total Russian losses to 313,470 since the escalation of Russia’s war of aggression in February 2022, according to Ukrainian reports.

Additional losses include 5,362 tanks (+8), 10,086 armored vehicles (+7), 7,589 pieces of artillery (+20), 882 multiple rocket launchers (+1), 580 air defense systems, 5,649 drones (+15), 322 combat aircraft, 324 helicopters, 1,561 cruise missiles, 22 warships/boats, 1 submarine, 9,973 vehicles and fuel trucks (+24), and 1,081 pieces of special equipment (+2).

These figures have not been independently verified or confirmed. Therefore, they should be treated with caution. In war, it can be advantageous for conflicting parties to deliberately spread misinformation to strengthen their own position or weaken that of the opponent.

Image:, CC BY 4.0, Direct Line with Vladimir Putin (2021-06-30) 09.jpg, via Wikimedia Commons (Image size changed)

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