According to Masha Efrosinina, a local TV star and honorary ambassador for the United Nations Population Fund in Ukraine, Russian soldiers surrendering to Ukraine will get 5 million rubles worth of cryptocurrency or cash.
In an Instagram post, Efrosinina stated that surrendering Russian military personnel will get 5 million rubles (US$60,000) in cryptocurrency or fiat cash, as well as an amnesty upon the completion of their trial.
According to Efrosinina, the offer originates with Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense and the global IT community.
A Russian unit surrendering on February 24 has no idea they are under an order to kill Ukrainians. That’s, according to the Ukrainian ambassador to the United States.
According to the United Nations, Russian President Vladimir Putin initiated a
“special military operation” on Thursday that resulted in at least 240 civilian wounded and 64 deaths.
As of press time, the Ukrainian government has received over US$9.5 million in crypto donations via Bitcoin, Ether, and USDT. Thereby, indicating that cryptocurrency has become a popular tool for providing financial aid to the defending nation.
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