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In south, ratio of losses of Ukraine, Russia 1 to 6.5

In south, ratio of losses of Ukraine, Russia 1 to 6.5

Currently, the ratio of losses of Ukrainian and Russian troops in the south of Ukraine is approximately 1 to 6.5, Deputy Minister of Defense Hanna Maliar reported on Facebook.

“The ratio of losses is about 1 to 6.5. According to him [the commander of the operational command South Andrii Kovalchuk], the critical limit of the ratio of losses is 1 to 8, after which the enemy army will psychologically ‘crumble’,” Maliar said.

According to Kovalchuk, Russia is already in a rather difficult situation in the south.

As of October 16, the Russian occupiers have already lost at least 65,000 troops in Ukraine, General Staff reported.

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