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Mothers compiled a list of 400 Russian soldiers killed and wounded in Ukraine

Mothers compiled a list of 400 Russian soldiers killed and wounded in Ukraine

The Committee of Soldiers‘ Mothers in the Stavropol Oblast of Russia has compiled a list of four hundred killed and wounded Russian soldiers. This was reported to Dozhd Channel by its chairman Lyudmila Bogatenkova.

“I have a list of about four hundred men. And there are wounded and killed,” she told Dozhd.

The list was compiled from various sources in the armed forces, which the Committee cannot disclose. Based on the data gathered by the mothers, the list contains soldiers from different regions:  Shumlensk, Vladikavkaz, Shali, Borzoysk.”

We are talking about several motorized infantry brigades: the Order of Suvorov and the Red Banner of Labor 19th separate motorized Voronezh-Shumlensk brigade (Vladikavkaz, North Ossetia), 17th separate Guard motorized infantry brigade in the town of Shali (Chechnya), 8th separate Guard Motorised Brigade in Chatou (Chechnya).

According to Bogatenkova, besides those already mentioned in the list there are military servicemen from other units of the Russian army. The list of deaths and injuries is not final and to be constantly updated constantly.

[hr]Source: Dozhd, translated by Vitalii Usenko, edited by Alya Shandra

 

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