London — Russia is likely struggling to recover and repair combat vehicles damaged in the war in Ukraine, the British Ministry of Defense said.
and The ministry said a Russian military facility six miles from the Ukrainian border was set up to repair and refurbish broken fighting vehicles. Nearly 300 damaged vehicles, including armored personnel carriers and tanks, were found on the premises.
Russia uses thousands of broken cars in the Kremlin war in Ukraine, among other “well-documented personnel issues” that the Defense Intelligence Agency uses civilian mercenaries to strengthen the depleted front line. He said he was still struggling to repair the military vehicle.
according to Russia has lost nearly 9,000 combat vehicles, including 3,950 armored protection vehicles and 1,730 tanks. The Russian Defense Ministry provides little data on the total number of lost vehicles, but according to the Kremlin’s preliminary public data, only 50 APVs are damaged.
In comparison, Orix, Relying on photographic evidence to calculate losses, Russia said it had lost more than 2,000 vehicles, including 885 tanks and 965 infantry fighting vehicles. Some of these vehicles are still in operation and have been captured by the Ukrainian army.
According to Dr. Matthew Schmidt, director of international affairs at the University of New Haven in Connecticut and associate professor of national security, the sudden loss of combat vehicles has left Russian infantry under attack.
“Exposure means an increased risk of casualties that exacerbate the labor shortages facing Moscow,” Dr. Matthew Schmidt told Yahoo News. “In addition, the fact that most of the replacements are not well trained and lack of armored vehicles means that attacks on Donbus or Odessa face high victim scenarios. To do.”