Over 12,000 Russian troops, 49 planes, 81 choppers and 335 tanks destroyed, report Ukrainian forces

Russia-Ukraine war news latest updates: Ukraine’s armed forces have said that over 12,000 Russian troops have been killed as of March 10. Here is a look at the complete list of Russian military equipment which has been destroyed by Ukrainian forces since the war began on February 24.

According to a report by the news agency Kiev Independent, the Ukrainian armed forces have said that over 12,000 Russian troops have been killed. They have also said that over 1,105 armoured personnel carriers, 526 vehicles and 60 fuel tanks have also been destroyed.

Here is a look at the list of estimated Russian military resources destroyed by the Ukranians as of Thursday, March 10:

1. Over 12,000 troops
2. 49 planes, 81 helicopters and 335 tanks
3. 123 artillery pieces and 2 boats
4. 1,105 armoured personnel carriers
5. 56 Multiple Rocket Launch Systems
6. 526 vehicles and 60 fuel tanks
7. 29 anti-aircraft weapons
8. 7 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones)

Russia attacked a hospital in Mariupol on Wednesday, March 9, which resulted in injuries to 17 people. Three people, including a child, were killed in the attacks.

Earlier today, Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, termed Russia’s attack on a maternity and children’s hospital in Mariupol an act of genocide.

“What kind of country is Russia if it’s afraid of hospitals and maternity houses, and destroys them? Dropping a bomb on a maternity hospital — it’s the ultimate proof that what is happening is genocide of Ukrainians. Europeans, you can’t say you didn’t see what is happening. You have to tighten the sanctions until Russia can’t continue their savage war,” said President Zelenskyy.


The UN has reported that over 2 million Ukrainian citizens have fled the country due to the ongoing Russian onslaught. Over half of the 2 million people are reported to be children.

The main flow of migrants, according to the UN, goes to Poland, reported the Centre for Strategic Communications, Ukraine, on Thursday, March 10.

Here is a breakup of where the refugees leaving Ukraine have gone:

1. Poland – Over 1.2 million people
2. Hungary – Over 191,000
3. Slovakia – 140,000
4. Russia – 99,00
5. Moldova – 82,000

The Ukrainian armed forces reported that as of Thursday, March 10, that they had killed over 12,000 Russian soldiers, destroyed 123 artillery pieces and 2 boats and also 1,105 armoured personnel carriers, among other Russian military resources.

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