One of Putin’s senior lieutenant Vadim Munkuev was killed on the Ukrainian front while Russian elite fighters were on the battlefield. According to media reports, Colonel of the Deep Intelligence Company of the Reconnaissance Battalion of Military Unit 06705 Guards, Senior Lieutenant Vadym Munkuyev, was posthumously awarded the Order of Courage.
Vadim Radnaevich Munkuev was born on December 27, 1984 in the village of Nougat. He successfully graduated from Nyuga School. He took an active part in the public life of the village and region, was fond of sports. In 1999, after graduating from school, he entered secondary vocational school No. 29 with Petropavlivka.
In 2004 he was called up for military service. Since 2007 he has been serving under contract. In 2016 he graduated from the Buryat State Agricultural Academy (by correspondence) with a degree in agricultural production technologist.
In 2017 he graduated from the Tyumen Higher Military Engineering Command School. Marshal of the Engineering Troops Proshlyakov Alexei Ivanovich – Commander of the Sapper Platoon in the military rank of “Lieutenant”.
He took part in a military operation in Syria, for which he was awarded a medal of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
Earlier reports said that Russia spends tens of millions of dollars every day on the war with Ukraine, according to a recent study, the daily cost of the war in Ukraine could exceed $ 20 billion for Russia.
The new study by the Centre for Economic Recovery and CIVITTA and EasyBusiness found that Russia’s daily war, costs are likely to “exceed $ 20 billion” as the invasion scales.
The study found that direct losses in the first four days of the war amounted to about $7 billion, including military equipment and personnel losses.
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