In the ongoing clashes between the Ukrainian and Russian army, the former is causing significant damage to the latter. Particularly intense battles are taking place in locations like Aviva, Bakut, and Zaria. The Russian army is suffering heavy casualty rates and facing the loss of substantial military equipment on the front line.
These losses are escalating daily. The Ukrainian troops have emerged victorious in numerous encounters and counterattack operations, effectively nullifying the Russian army’s advances. As a result, the remaining Russian soldiers have withdrawn and acknowledged the triumph of the Ukrainian Army on the front line.
Meanwhile, the Ukrainian Army has established a robust defensive presence in regions where Russia conducts offensive operations. In order to weaken Russia’s supply capabilities, the Ukrainian Army carries out strategic attacks from behind enemy lines, targeting bridges and ammunition depots that facilitate Russian logistics. These offensive operations are carefully organized and executed, further adding to Russia’s predicament on the front line. Official reports from the general staff indicate that the Russian army has lost 5,420 soldiers in the past week alone. These losses primarily occurred during Russian offensives on the Ukrainian defense fronts and other conflict zones. Considering the considerable toll on both military personnel and equipment, it raises questions about the sustainability of the Russian army’s efforts.
How long can they continue the war when they are continually losing significant resources every day?.