"We don't have anyone left to continue storming": occupier complained about significant losses of the Russian army's assault units. Interception
The occupying Russian forces complained that they were running out of people to storm the positions of the Ukrainian Defense Forces at the front. The enemy has suffered significant losses in manpower as a result of the invasion of Ukraine.
A Russian army soldier told his brother that his brigade was running out of men. The interception of their conversation was published on Thursday, October 26, on the YouTube channel of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine (scroll to the bottom of the page to watch the video).
He acknowledged that the occupiers were having more and more setbacks at the front and that there were fewer and fewer people left. At the same time, he noted that "the forecasts leave much to be desired".
"How are you? Are you not involved in the assault? The forecasts leave much to be desired... We also have no one to storm. We have three cripples..." the invader said.
According to the DIU, the occupier is talking about the loss of manpower of the assault units of the 3rd Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade, Which is part of the 1st Army Corps of the aggressor country of Russia.
This illegal armed formation is called "Berkut" by the occupiers and is formally subordinated to the "DPR" terrorist group. The brigade was created back in 2014 of militants who fought in Horlivka (Donetsk region), known as the Bezler Group.
As OBOZ.UA reported earlier, a Russian military officer said that the Russian army has no chance of advancing at the front. The invaders cannot move forward and capture even the smallest settlements, not to mention cities like Kupiansk, which the occupiers are trying to storm.