The Ukrainian military announced that it had killed another high-ranking Russian soldier. A reporter for Russian state television also reported the death of Major General Roman Kutosov.
The Ukrainian Armed Forces sarcastically reported that Major-General Roman Kotosov, a commander from the separatist Donetsk People’s Republic, “was officially disarmed and disarmed.” He was said to have been killed in a Russian attack on a village near Popasna in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine. The Ukrainian side had previously been informed that the attack had been repulsed and that the enemy should have withdrawn “with great losses”.
Alexander Sladkov, a correspondent for Russian state television, also reported the death of Kotosov cable-Channel. The Russian Defense Ministry has not yet confirmed his death, but is concerned about the deaths of its armed forces anyway.
Since March 25, no information has been released about the number of Russian soldiers who died since the beginning of the war. The Kremlin then reported 1,351 deaths, but the actual number is much higher. Several Russian generals may be among the dead. Official sources in Russia have since confirmed the killing of four generals. Ukraine announced the killing of at least seven Russian generals, but two of them were later found alive.
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