Stoltenberg backs Ukrainian General Staff's info on Russian army losses
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg confirmed the Ukrainian General Staff's data on the losses suffered by the Russian army. He revealed that in the conflict with Ukraine, Russia has faced substantial setbacks, including the loss of hundreds of planes, thousands of tanks, and over 300,000 soldiers
This announcement was made by Stoltenberg during a press conference in Brussels following the Ukraine-NATO Council meeting, as reported by Ukrinform.
Stoltenberg emphasized that Russia has experienced significant military losses, describing them as "hundreds of aircraft, thousands of tanks, and more than 300,000 casualties."
- According to the Ukrainian General Staff's records as of November 29, the Russian army's human losses have surpassed 327,580 individuals.
- The intelligence from the United Kingdom also affirmed the accuracy of the Ukrainian General Staff's data on Russian army losses, noting a record surge in the last six weeks due to the offensive on Avdiivka.