The russian army is losing 40 tanks and infantry fighting vehicles a day in the face of the AFU offensive. Russia will receive at least 100 additional tanks and infantry fighting vehicles from Belarusian stocks. This was reported by the British Department of Defense on Twitter on November 3.
Russian soldiers in Ukraine are unhappy about being forced to fight in old infantry fighting vehicles, which they call aluminum cans, the briefing notes.
"In mid-October, in the face of Ukrainian offensives, russian armored vehicles’ losses rose to more than 40 a day, which is roughly equivalent to a battalion's combat capability", - the message said.
According to British intelligence, russia has received at least 100 additional tanks and infantry fighting vehicles from Belarusian stocks in recent weeks, according to British intelligence.
"Armored units and artillery occupy a central position in the way of waging war in russia. Forces in Ukraine are currently experiencing problems partly due to the difficulty of finding both artillery ammunition and sufficient serviceable replacement armored vehicles", - the UK Defense Ministry said in a message.
As previously reported, the AFU destroyed four ammunition depots and a rashist column with fuel in the south of the country on November 2.