President Zelensky says 31,000 Ukrainian troops killed since Russian invasion


On Sunday, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced over 31,000 Ukrainian troops killed since Russia’s invasion two years ago. This marked the first official estimate of the toll suffered by Ukraine’s military during the conflict that has gripped the region.

Addressing reporters at a news conference in Kyiv, Zelensky’s disclosures came as the nation commemorated the second anniversary of the war.

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Ukrainian Troops Killed

Until now Ukrainian officials have closely guarded casualty figures trying to uphold public morale.

In December 2022 an advisor to Zelensky suggested up to 13,000 troops had fallen. Fourteen months later, the number of casualties has more than doubled.