Kiev confirmed the death of 16-ti soldiers near Ilovaisk
Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Anton Gerashchenko posted information in the social network, which confirms the death in battles of Ilovaisk (Donetsk region) 16-t soldiers from the volunteer battalions, the channel reports LifeNews.
In particular, Gerashchenko wrote:
“All our volunteer police battalions suffered heavy losses. Donbass - 8 killed, 12 injured. "Azov" for yesterday - 2 killed and 7 injured. If you count from the beginning of the fighting for Ilovaysk, there will be 5 killed and 11 injured. Shakhtersk - 4 killed and 16 injured, including 2 hard. "Dnepr" - 2 dead and 7 injured. In total, 16 from 64 fighters, or 25% of fallen special forces soldiers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the National Guard, died near Ilovaisk. ”
Gerashchenko also notes that “out of 10 infantry fighting vehicles there are five left on the move, and those are practically without ammunition. Avakov’s adviser calls for assistance to the battalions, transferring “5-7 tanks and the same number of armored personnel carriers or infantry fighting vehicles. "
The publication notes that earlier grenade launchers, anti-aircraft systems and anti-tank installations were sent to the punitive battalion "Donbass".
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