Russian Navy commander killed in Mariupol’s battle

Russian officials reportedly confirmed on Sunday that the commander of the Navy was killed during a battle in the city of Mariupol, Ukraine.

In a statement via the online messaging service Telegram, Russia-Establish a governor of the occupied city Sevastopol confirmed Death of Andrey Paris, according to Radio Free Europe Russian service..

Razbozaev, 51, was the Deputy Commander of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

Razbozaev’s death was also confirmed by Nakhimov Naval War College Secretary Konstantin Tsarenko, via Vkontakte Social Network, according to BBC.

Ukrainian officials have reported that five senior officials in the Russian army have been killed since the Russian army launched its invasion of Ukraine last month, but only one has been confirmed by Moscow.

Advisor to the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said on Saturday that Russian Army commander Lieutenant Andrey Moldovichev was killed at an airfield near the city of Kherson.

Western intelligence estimates that the number of Russian troops killed or injured is up to 1,000 per day. Washington post..

Russia intensified its attacks on civilian targets last week, but the United States also warned that Moscow could use chemical weapons.

Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin Sunday said The use of more destructive weapons in Ukraine is a sign that Russian President Vladimir Putin is “trying to regain momentum” in reports that the invasion of Moscow has stagnated.