British Ministry of Defense She wrote in her daily intelligence update that Russia is maintaining a targeted military effort to encircle the Sevgerodonetsk region through Izyum in the north and Bubasna in the south.
“With a high probability, Russia is preparing to try to deploy a large number of reserve units in the Donbass,” the update said.
Recognize the numbers of loss in the East
Russian authorities have not released figures on Russian deaths in Ukraine since March 25.
However, the separatist-controlled Donetsk People’s Republic publishes figures for its forces. As of June 16, they acknowledged 2,828 active-duty military dead, and 8,897 wounded since the start of the year.
The loss figures make up 55 percent of their original strength, according to British intelligence.
– This confirms the enormous wear and tear that the Russian and pro-Russian forces are experiencing in the Donbass, it was reported.
The ministry concluded that the separatist forces in Donetsk may also be equipped with outdated weapons, and it is possible that the prospects for sending reserve forces to the front will become more and more decisive in terms of the outcome of the war.
– Violated the atmosphere
– He said that the exercises are underway as the Russian forces are rehearsing missile attacks on Estonian territory.
In addition, he says, Russia has violated the airspace over the Baltic states, the region made up of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
Russian helicopters violated the airspace, not by accident. Salem claims that this has happened several times in recent days.
Talhiti wrote that NATO sources told them that the helicopters had trained for the attack, but this has not been confirmed.
The Estonian Ministry of Defense considers the situation serious.
– Russia believes that we do not deserve independence, and these measures confirm this, emphasizes Salem.
The Russian Defense Ministry has not commented on the reports, according to what Dagbladet can see.
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