Russian Soldiers Death Toll: More than 2,500 Russian dead



Russian Soldiers Death Toll: More than 2,500 Russian dead: The war between Russia and Ukraine is getting more distressful. Thousands of people are losing their lives on both sides. Let’s talk about the present scenario, the corpses of Russian soldiers assassinated in Ukraine are being moved from Belarus back to Russia by train and planes in the dead of night to avoid fascinating attention, it has emerged. Video uploaded by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty views military ambulances driving through the Belarusian city of Homel in the early month of March, with employees at the clinical hospital of the region claiming more than 2,500 bodies have already been shipped back to Russia as of March 13. Follow More Update On

Russian Soldiers Death Toll

The military of Ukraine says that more than 14,000 Kremlin troops have been assassinated since the Russian invasion on the 24th of February, while the United States intelligence estimate has put the number at around 7,000. The Defence Ministry of Moscow says less than 500 soldiers have been assassinated. Now Belarusian medical staff in Homel, in southeastern Belarus, have explained “overflowing” morgues, with one resident of the city Mazyr asserting: “Passengers at the Mazyr train station were shocked by the number of corpses being loaded on the train.

After people began shooting video, the military caught them and ordered them to remove it.” A doctor at the main city hospital of Mazyr warned: “There are not sufficient surgeons. Earlier the dead bodies were transported by ambulances and loaded on Russian trains. After someone made a video about it and it went on the web, the bodies were loaded at night so as not to draw attention.” Officials at Hospital No.4 in Homel are claimed to have started discharging present patients on the 1st of March because of the sheer number of injured Russian soldiers to treat.

Russian Soldiers Death Toll with Ukraine war

One resident who was treated in the hospital stated, “There are so many injured Russians there-it is just a horror, terribly deformed. It is impossible to listen to their moans all over the hospital.” Another doctor shared growing concern among locals that there could be a shortage of everyday medication and of “problems with anti-tetanus drugs”. Tetanus is a common disease afflicting soldiers suffering from shrapnel and bullet injuries.

Homel borders Russia to the east and Ukraine to the south. The city of Homel is Belarus’s largest after Minsk and a chief hub for trade and transport. The despot of the country Alexander Lukashenko supports the war of Putin and permitted a deployment of major Russian military units in the country. An anonymous number of Russian troops moved south towards Kyiv the capital of Ukraine from Homel.