A Ukrainian soldier who received training in the West told The New York Times about the tragedies and suffering experienced by the Ukrainian forces, revealing the heavy losses incurred.

The New York Times newspaper interviewed a Ukrainian soldier whose 23rd Brigade was trained in the West and equipped for the counterattack.

The soldier said that his brigade was sent to participate in the hostilities without the necessary artillery support.

During one of the confrontations, the Ukrainian military lost 9 out of 10 MaxxPro armored vehicles.

He confirmed that the armored personnel carriers were also killed, and no one survived.

He pointed out that his battalion had suffered heavy losses for more than a month, with only 10 people left on the front lines.

The New York Times also talked about another Ukrainian group that was trained in special operations last month.

Within four days, the group had suffered such heavy losses that it had to retreat.

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