• A different Russian typical has been killed in Ukraine, authorities declare.
  • Maj. Gen. Andrei Simonov was reportedly killed in an attack on a Russian command submit around the metropolis of Izyum.
  • The normal, who commanded electric warfare units, was among 100 Russian servicemen killed.

 Russia has missing another general in Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, in accordance to top rated Ukrainian officials, The Kyiv Post has reported

Maj. Gen. Andrei Simonov was killed near the town of Izyum in the Kharkiv location, which is at present occupied by Russian forces, Ukrainian authorities reported.

The Ukrainian army attacked a discipline command submit of the Russian 2nd Military on Saturday, hanging extra than 30 Russian armored vehicles, together with tanks, in accordance to the paper.

Footage posted on social media seems to show the command article being bombarded by rockets, stated the Kyiv Post.

The typical was among  100 Russian soldiers killed in the attack, President Zellenskyy’s navy adviser Oleksiy Arestovych claimed, in accordance to The Kyiv Article. Arestovych reported very well-placed military resources experienced confirmed the dying of Maj. Gen. Simonov in a YouTube interview, for each the Mail On the internet.

The claims by the Ukrainian authorities have not been independently verified.

Russia has not as of yet confirmed the death of Maj. Gen. Simonov.

Simonov was a senior commander of digital warfare, Ukrainian government advisor Anton Gerashchenko reported on his Telegram account.

His dying would make him the tenth Russian common to die in Ukraine, according to a depend by The Kyiv Post.

Russia has experienced large losses since it started its invasion of Ukraine on February 24, dropping many of its major generals and commanders.

NATO estimates that Russia has dropped up to 15,000 troops in the course of the war, though Ukraine statements to have killed approximately 20,000.

Russia has set its official death toll in Ukraine at 1,351, which was previous up-to-date on March 25.