Ukraine lost more than 8,300 Servicemen in November, Shoigu says

Ukraine's losses in November amounted to more than 8,300 servicemen, five airplanes, 10 helicopters, 149 tanks, and more than 300 armored vehicles, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said on Tuesday, SIA refers to Russian media.

"The enemy's losses in November amounted to more than 8,300 servicemen, five airplanes, 10 helicopters, 149 tanks and more than 300 armored combat vehicles," the minister said.

Shoigu added that significant damage was caused to the manpower and equipment of Ukraine's military in the South Donetsk and the Luhansk-Donetsk directions.

Russia began striking Ukrainian infrastructure on October 10, two days after the terrorist attack on the Crimean Bridge, which Moscow believes was plotted and carried out by Kiev.

The strikes are carried out on power, defense industry, military command and communications facilities across Ukraine. Since then, air raid warnings have been issued in Ukrainian regions every day, sometimes throughout the country.

Reminding that the Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine is under the control of Russian forces, Shoigu stated that necessary measures have been taken to ensure the safety of the power plant.

Sergei Shoigu said that Ukrainian soldiers organized attacks on the said power plant and that this was "nuclear terrorism".

The Minister of Defense of Russia noted that Russian aircraft were widely used in the war in Ukraine.

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