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General Andrei Kolsnikov, commander of the 29th Russian Army, dies


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Russia is counting its third casualties to senior executives after a Ukrainian official claimed that Russian General Andrei Kolsnikov, commander of the 29th Army in the eastern military district, had been killed by Ukrainian troops. Twenty generals are said to have been involved in operations by the Russian military, four days after Kolsnikov’s death. Neutrality of 45-year-old Lieutenant General Vitaly Gerasimo, the first deputy commander of the 41st Russian Army. The 45-year-old lieutenant general was killed during the battle of Kharkov

Maj. Gen. Andrei Kolsnikov, commander of the 28th Army of the Russian Army Easter military district killed in Ukraine.
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It is noteworthy that Gerasimov won medals in the Second World War in Chechnya, the Russian military operation in Syria and the annexation of Crimea. Gerasimov is said to be the son of Valery Gerasimov, the head of the General Service of the Russian Armed Forces. Last week o Andrei Sukhovetsky, head of Russia’s 7th Air Force, was shot dead by a gunman near Kyiv.In particular, the Lieutenant General Andrei Tsukovetsky, Commander of the 7th Air Force of Russia lost his life. During the battles at Gostomel AirportAbout 30 km outside Kiev

Ukrainian troops were called in by Russian special forces to counter Spetsnas’ airstrikes, and the loss of Tsukovsky could explain why Russian forces failed to occupy the airport and the Kiev invasion was slowed down.

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