Why You Shouldn't Talk About Ukraine's Losses: An Explanation by a Military Expert


Why you shouldn't talk about Ukraine's losses: an explanation from a military expert

Why you shouldn't spread information about the losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine/Channel 24

Our enemy has such a tone of meanness that it is impossible to comprehend. Everything related to losses and captured Ukrainian defenders is a very sensitive topic.

Military expert Petr Chernik told Channel 24 about this. He also noted that comments on the number of dead and prisoners should be made only after the victory of Ukraine.

Everything that will be discussed in our public space, infidels will definitely study and will look for tools to split us as a society, Chernik notes.

“I personally will comment on such painful topics only after our victory,” the expert added.

Ukrainian Defense Minister Reznikov commented on the losses APU

Alexei Reznikov stressed that the situation at the front is difficult. Ukraine loses up to a hundred of its defenders every day. Up to 500 more will be injured, the defense minister said. Russia continues to put pressure on the mass, however, it faces strong resistance and suffers huge losses.

Preliminary information about Ukrainian losses in the war

So far, Ukraine has not voiced its losses at the front. The fact is that this factor can demoralize society, so for the time being they are limited to general figures. The fierce war unleashed by Russia continues, so it is obvious that there are losses.

True, Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the President's Office, noted that the losses in the Armed Forces of Ukraine are much less than those of the Russian occupiers.

< h4> The President of Ukraine about the losses in the ranks of Ukrainian defenders

President Volodymyr Zelensky has voiced approximate numbers several times. For example, on April 15, in an interview with CNN, Zelensky said that 2,500-3,000 Ukrainian soldiers were killed, and more than 10 thousand were injured.

At the end of May, Zelensky said that the losses of Ukrainian fighters were close to 100 people a day.

In early June, the president announced the same statistics as Reznikov. According to Zelensky, we are losing 60-100 soldiers per day killed in battle and about 500 people wounded.

Post-war adaptation of Ukrainian defenders

and the issue of rehabilitation of Ukrainians and Ukrainian women who have become combat veterans.

The government is already developing programs to support military personnel to help them return to civilian life. In the new realities, the situation has changed significantly, as the Minister for Veterans Affairs, Yulia Laputina, said.

Now, military veterans are mainly Ukrainians and Ukrainian women aged 18 to 45 years. The very first item in helping combat veterans is psychological rehabilitation. The Ukrainian government has chosen a new approach in this direction and has already approved the corresponding resolution.

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