Zelenskyy says Ukraine's losses at front are lower than Russia's fivefold
On Wednesday, November 8, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy assured that Ukraine's losses at the front were five times less than those suffered by the Russian army
Zelenskyy said this while speaking via video link at the Reuters Next conference, Interfax reports.
"But you should know: I cannot share with you our victims, our losses, but I can say that today there are at least five times fewer of them," Volodymyr Zelenskyy said.
According to Zelenskyy, Russian soldiers must withdraw from Ukraine and this is a real way to stop the war.
"First of all, they have to withdraw, because this is the real way to stop the war. They have to leave, and then we can start a diplomatic platform or a way to end the war," the President of Ukraine said.
Over the day of November 8, 57 combat clashes took place at the frontline. The Ukrainian Defense Forces continued their offensive at the Melitopol and Bakhmut directions.