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GENEVA (AP) — Quantifying the toll of Russia’s war in Ukraine stays an elusive objective a 12 months into the battle.

Estimates of the casualties, refugees and financial fallout from the battle produce an incomplete picture of the deaths and struggling. Exact figures might by no means emerge for a number of the classes worldwide organizations try to trace.

U.N. human rights consultants depend civilians killed and wounded, however know their tally falls considerably quick. Neither Russia nor Ukraine has offered an up to date accounting of their troop losses.

Even the scope of the weaponry that Western nations have despatched Ukraine is murky.

Right here’s a take a look at a number of the numbers as Friday marks one year since Russian forces invaded Ukraine, with no finish to the battle in sight.


Roughly 5,000 missile strikes, 3,500 airstrikes and 1,000 drone strikes: Firepower that Russia has launched towards Ukraine over the previous 12 months, in keeping with Brig. Gen. Oleksiy Hromov, a senior official within the Normal Employees of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

18: The share of whole Ukrainian land managed by Russian forces as of Thursday, in keeping with the Institute for the Research of Battle, a assume tank. That’s down from 27% on March 23, earlier than Ukrainian counteroffensives recaptured huge swaths of land — however up from the 7% held by Russia and Russia-aligned separatists earlier than Feb. 24, 2022, as a part of an armed rebel in japanese Ukraine that started in 2014, and Russia’s annexation of Crimea that 12 months.

71,905: Potential Russian battle crimes — killings, kidnappings, indiscriminate bombings and sexual assaults — which might be below investigation by Ukraine’s prosecutor-general. Reporting by The Related Press and “Frontline,” recorded in a public database, has independently verified 639 incidents that seem to violate the legal guidelines of battle.


8,006: Confirmed civilian deaths in Ukraine since Russia’s invasion, via Feb. 15, in keeping with the U.N. human rights workplace. The workplace makes use of strict methodology and says verification of 1000’s of reported casualties continues to be pending in Russian-occupied cities corresponding to Mariupol, Lysychansk, and Sievierodonetsk.

3,382: Civilian deaths in Ukraine recorded by the U.N. rights workplace for March 2022, the best quantity for a single month of the battle.

13,287: Civilians injured within the battle during the last 12 months, in keeping with the U.N.

5,937: Russia’s most up-to-date depend, from September, of its troops killed in Ukraine since February 2022.

Round 200,000: Western Estimate of Russian troops killed and wounded. Britain’s Ministry of Protection has estimated 40,000-60,000 Russian troops have died combating in Ukraine.

9,000 : Ukraine’s most recent count, of its troops losses for the reason that invasion offered in August by Gen. Valerii Zaluzhnyi, commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces.

Greater than 100,000: Estimate of Ukrainian troops killed or wounded, in keeping with Western officers.


8.1 million: Refugees who fled Ukraine after the Russian invasion, primarily based on figures offered by nationwide governments. The quantity consists of greater than 5.2 million in over 40 European and central Asian nations, together with almost 1.6 million in Poland, over 880,000 in Germany and almost 2.9 million who went to Russia, in keeping with U.N. refugee agency UNHCR.

5.4 million: Individuals who have been pushed from their properties however stayed inside Ukraine, in keeping with a Jan. 23 depend by the Worldwide Group for Migration. The variety of internally displaced individuals peaked in early Could 2022, when IOM reported there have been greater than 8 million.

5.6 million: Ukrainians who’ve returned to their properties, both from inside Ukraine or overseas, in keeping with the most recent IOM figures.

17.6 million: Individuals in Ukraine needing humanitarian support, in keeping with the U.N. Workplace for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.


$138 billion: The whole harm prompted to Ukraine’s infrastructure because of the battle, in keeping with the most recent Kyiv Faculty of Economics determine from Jan. 24.

33%: Minimal drop in Ukraine’s gross domestic product in 2022 anticipated by the Worldwide Financial Fund. Remaining numbers are pending.

2.2%: Anticipated decline in Russia’s GDP in 2022, in keeping with the IMF.

30%: Decline within the worth of Ukrainian exports in 2022, as reported by the World Commerce Group

16% : Enhance within the worth of Russian exports in 2022, in keeping with the WTO. It famous that the amount of Russian exports might have declined barely, however the worth was up due to value will increase for fuels, fertilizers and cereals that Russia produces.


$113 billion: Emergency funding for the Ukraine response approved by U.S. Congress final 12 months. Contains about $62 billion to be offered via the Protection Division, almost half of it for weapons, training and different “direct safety help,” and $46 billion via the State Division and U.S. Company for Worldwide Improvement, in keeping with the Pentagon and an inter-departmental report issued final month.

$78 billion: Whole U.S. commitments made on to Ukraine over most of final 12 months and thru Jan. 15, in keeping with the Kiel Institute for the World Financial system. The Germany-based institute says its determine excludes funds that have been over-reported, have gone unused, or really go to Ukraine’s neighbors or to U.S. home packages. Its tally does not embody newer U.S. pledges to Ukraine, corresponding to for 31 M1 Abrams tanks.

$59 billion (55 billion euros): Whole commitments to Ukraine from European Union member nations and EU institutions, in keeping with IFW Kiel.

$14 billion (13 billion euros): Pledges and allocations from non-country donors, together with the Worldwide Financial Fund, the World Financial institution and European Financial institution for Reconstruction and Improvement.

50%: Tough estimate by IFW-Kiel of support disbursed as a proportion of commitments made by numerous donors.


Hanna Arhirova in Kyiv, Ukraine, contributed to this report.


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