National Security and Defense Council: in the Russian Federation, the killed soldiers are recorded as missing in order not to pay compensation

To improve mobilization, Putin promised 3 million rubles to relatives of wounded Russian soldiers and 5 million rubles to relatives of the dead.

More than 25,000 Russian soldiers have already died in Ukraine / photo: REUTERS
More than 25,000 Russian soldiers have already died in Ukraine / photo: REUTERS

In Russia , most of their killed soldiers are recorded as missing in order not to pay compensation to relatives.

This was reported by the Center for Counteracting Disinformation under the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine.

The CRC recalled that on April 30, Russian President Putin signed a decree on the payment of 3 million rubles to the relatives of the wounded Russian military and 5 million rubles to the relatives of the dead.

“These high-profile promises should have a positive effect on mobilization, since many rashists are ready to risk their lives for such money. But according to these statements, there is a bitter reality – the Russian Federation records most of the killed soldiers as missing in order not to pay this compensation,” the message says.

An illustrative example of this story was the conscript soldier Yegor Shkrebets, who died on the cruiser Moskva, whom the Russian prosecutor’s office officially recognized as missing.

Recall that more than 16,000 people have disappeared in Ukraine , of which 2,000 are children who went missing with their parents.

(C)UNIAN 2022

4 comments

  1. Filthy scoundrels will even steal from the families of their own dead soldiers. It baffles me that there are so many supporters of this dirty crime syndicate.

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