Daily losses of the Ukrainian military have decreased threefold compared to early June. At that time they amounted to 100-200 servicemen per day.
This was stated by Mikhail Podolyak, advisor to the head of the Office of the President, in an interview with the BBC.
"I think the numbers have decreased somewhere between 2.5 and 3 times from that figure... I think somewhere between 30 and 50 people. But, again, it's not really correct for us to talk about that," he said.
According to Podolyak, only the General Staff of the AFU can give more accurate figures.
The adviser to the head of the OP said that Ukraine's losses were increasing because of the transition to the second phase of the war.
"The big artillery position war began, when our positions were literally poured with shells of different calibers, and this, of course, increased the number of our losses," he said.
At the same time Podolyak explained why Ukrainian losses in the war have decreased.
"Today the number of losses is decreasing, firstly, because our MLRS are working very effectively on the logistical centers of the Russian army. Second, there is a redeployment of the Russian army along the entire front line. And third, ours have already adapted to the tactics of the Russian army and are more mobile, more effective in defense," he said.