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Russia in yesterday’s assault on Soledar lost 100 people killed

Among the prisoners – 24 Chechens – recruited and trained mercenaries.

Russia suffers heavy losses in battles with the Armed Forces of Ukraine / facebook.com/GeneralStaff.ua

As a result of the failed assault on Soledar Russian troops lost 100 people killed, another 30 surrendered to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

About it informed Advisor to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Anton Gerashchenko.

Among the prisoners – 24 Chechens – mercenaries recruited and trained in the widely advertised Kadyrov’s university of special forces of the National Guard.

“It turned out to be a good replenishment of the exchange fund of the war victims and a source of valuable intelligence information about how mercenaries are deceived,” Gerashchenko says in Telegram.

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