Losing troops in Ukraine, Russia grapples with its manpower problem

as russia tries to initiate In eastern Ukraine, Moscow has had to look for new manpower from some unlikely places in what was shaping up to be an important stage of the war.

Since the beginning of what the Kremlin says its special military operation, it has tried to carry forward its operations with the army in peacetime. The results have been mixed. Although Russian forces have made profits in the east and south of the country, they have suffered heavy losses in the country. Moscow’s initial attempt to capture KyivIn some cases the old Soviet Union lost as many soldiers as did in Afghanistan.