By writing with Belka
V.Ladimir Putin lost two Russian generals in one day. The leader of pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine confirmed the death of a Russian general in the region on Tuesday, where Moscow’s forces are launching a major offensive against kyiv.
In a statement in the Telegram, Denise sent Bush’s General Roman Gudzo “genuine condolences to his family and friends”, “exemplifying how he should serve the motherland.” “As long as our generals fight with the soldiers, our country and our nation will be invincible,” the separatist leader added, releasing a black and white photo of the officer.
The announcement of his death comes as Russian forces and their separatist allies attack Ukraine’s Donbass, including heavy fighting in the city of Chevrodonetsk.
Two Russian generals lost on the same day
General Kuduzov is said to have died last Sunday. Rumors were already circulating on social media that General Roman Bertnikov had died that day, but this claim could not be verified. If both statements are true, Russian President Vladimir Putin may have lost two generals in one day
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Many high officials died
Several senior Russian military officials have been killed since the start of Moscow’s offensive in Ukraine on February 24. Their exact number is unknown, and Russian officials rarely communicate their losses.
In late March, Andrei Polly, deputy commander of the Russian Navy in the Black Sea, died in battle near Mariupol (southeast) in Ukraine, held in the annexed Crimea.
In April, the funeral of General Vladimir Frolo took place in St. Petersburg, during which local authorities announced that he had suffered a “heroic death” in Ukraine.
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