Putin takes another blow as three majors are killed and 30,000 Russian soldiers rumored dead – World News

Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, Vladimir Putin has reportedly lost over 30,000 soldiers in combat, including nearly 7,000 mercenaries

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Ukraine: Footage appears to show graves of Russian soldiers

Vladimir Putin’s war effort has taken a fresh blow with the deaths of three more majors as military cemeteries in Russia begin to fill with the dead.

The hitherto unsuccessful war effort has inflicted appalling casualties on Russia’s behalf, with recent claims suggesting that Moscow has lost over 30,000 troops since February 24.

Since the invasion began, Putin has been told that there have been 23,655 troop deaths and a further 6,902 mercenaries.

Russia has not commented on the extent of its war losses and has hid the return of coffins and funerals to the motherland.

While an official death count began early in the invasion, it quickly ended after a few days.

Dmitrovo-Cherkasy Cemetery in the Tver region



Online source General SVR claimed today that Putin has been informed of a total of 30,557 deaths among the armed forces and privately hired combatants.

This claim could not be verified, but a number of other estimates put the death toll at well over 20,000 in Russia.

An example of Moscow avoiding publicly addressing the death toll is its failure to ever confirm how many died in the sinking of the Moskva, its flagship of the Black Sea Fleet.

As the bodies pile up for Russia, the elite of its armed forces continue to be shot down in battles amid reports that Ukraine is targeting majors, generals and other senior officials.

A local journalist reported that Russian military and naval flags were placed next to the graves, and local media reported that Sergeant Alexei Shabanov was buried at Dmitrovo-Cherkassy Cemetery



A number of elite paratroopers appeared to be buried in a cemetery in the Tver region.

In addition, there are also new graves at a burial ground called Alley of Paratroopers in Stavropol Territory.

At least some of the dead are officers of the special forces of GRU military intelligence, which is clearly indicated by the bat and parachute flag.

According to reports, it belongs to the special brigade of the 10th separate order of Zhukov.

In addition, the Kremlin has lost eight generals and 35 colonels as its war effort has struggled so far.

A new claim suggests Putin has lost over 30,000 troops in less than two months of fighting so far



In the most recently buried cemeteries, flags next to the dead show that the dead are among Russia’s most elite and best-trained paratroopers and special forces.

GRU Spetnaz officer Major Sergey Kashanskiy, 32, from Siberia, was killed in ongoing fighting in Ukraine and is one of the latest senior military figures lost by Russia.

The governor of the Krasnoyarsk region, Alexander Uss, expressed his “deepest condolences” to the family.

Alongside him, two other majors died, dealing another blow to Putin’s war effort.

Major Alexander Shepel, 35, died in a military operation in Ukraine


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Major Sergey Kashanskiy, 32, GRU special forces officer for the Spetsnaz military intelligence agency, has been reported dead in a secret military operation in Ukraine


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Major Sergei Averyanov, 36, commander of a sapper battalion, was pronounced dead by Ukraine today and this has been confirmed by the officer’s relatives in Russia.

A VW fanatic, he made two business trips to Syria before dying in Ukraine.

Major Alexander Shepel, 35, battalion commander, second motorized rifle, was reportedly blown up by an anti-tank mine.

A memorial to him said: “You are our hero, we will not forget you. We will not forgive, we love, we mourn… You are forever in our hearts.”

He reportedly died in a battle in the village of Popkova, Ukraine.

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