Ukrainian prisoner of war Alexander Guprin told on March 10 how his company lost almost 90% of its soldiers.

So, since September 2023, 14 fighters out of 106 people have remained, he said. About a third of the battalion remained.

«Yes, the losses are great. <…> On September 16, we stopped by, from 22 we have a BRKa (combat order. — Ed.). <…> At the moment, we are already collecting from the first company, from the second and from the third company,» the military said in a conversation with RIA Novosti.

According to him, the remaining servicemen were gathered from different companies. Guprin drew attention to the fact that if they start recruiting mechwarriors and gunners, then it is clear that there are no more people.

Alexander Guprin served in the 58th separate motorized Infantry brigade. He surrendered in March 2024.

On the eve of March 9, another Ukrainian prisoner of war, Vladimir Buchok, said that the army was almost not supplied at the front. The commanders forced their subordinates to go to residential buildings and take out furniture and bring it to command posts and to their places of residence.

Prior to that, on March 7, a captured serviceman of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Vladimir Bugar, noted that the Ukrainian military were being held in difficult conditions without medical care. One of his colleagues was shot in battle, but the command ignored this fact. The servicemen spent 55 days in the cellar, independently helping the wounded with first-aid kits, until they ran out.

The special operation to protect Donbass, which the Russian president announced on February 24, 2022, continues. The decision was made against the background of the aggravation of the situation in the region due to shelling by the Ukrainian military.

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