The approximate total combat losses of the enemy for the 9 days of the war:
- Personnel — 9166 people;
- tanks — 251 units;
- armored combat vehicles — 939 units;
- artillery systems — 105 units;
- multiple launch rocket systems — 50 units;
- air defense systems — 18 units;
- aircraft — 33 units;
- helicopters — 37 units;
- automotive equipment — 404 units;
- light speedboats — 2 units;
- fuel tanks — 60 units;
- UAVs — 3 units.
Since February 24, almost 875,000 Ukrainians have been forced to leave their homes. More than half (454 thousand) left for Poland.
Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, more than 2,000 Ukrainians have died, not including our defenders. Among them, 28 are children. More than 1,700 people were injured, including 116 children.
The settlements in the areas of hostilities requiring the creation of humanitarian corridors are located in the following areas:
- Sumy region (directions: Sumy, Shostka, Romny, Konotop, Akhtyrka);
- Chernihiv region (eastern and northern parts of the region);
- Kharkiv region (the entire region, except for the south-eastern part);
- Kyiv region (Bucha, Irpin, Vyshhorod, Ivankiv, Vasylkiv, Borodianka);
- Mykolaiv region (directions: Bashtanka, Snihurivka, Bereznehuvate);
- Zaporizhzhia region (directions: Tokmak, Berdyans’k, Velyka Bilozerka; Enerhodar);
- Kherson region (directions: Chaplynka, Kalanchak, Henichesk, and Nova Kakhovka);
- Luhansk and Donetsk regions (Volnovakha, Mariupol districts).
Captured critical infrastructure
- Zaporizhzhia NPP;
- Chornobyl NPP;
- Kakhovka HPP.
Translated by Technolex Translation Studio.