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Compensation of 75900 euros for the families of Russian National Guard soldiers who lost their lives in Ukraine or Syria

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The families of Russian National Guard (Rosgvardia) soldiers who lost their lives in Ukraine or Syria will receive compensation of 5 million rubles (75,900 euros at the current exchange rate), according to a decree signed on Monday by Russian President Vladimir Putin. AFP.

“In the event of the death of soldiers who served in the National Guard and took part in the special operation (in Ukraine) or who carried out special missions in Syria, their family members will receive an allowance of 5 million rubles,” the decree said. appeared on the official legal information portal, according to agerpres.ro.

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In April, a similar decree had already been signed by the Russian president targeting border guards stationed on the border with Ukrainian territory, as well as “volunteers” who died in the Russian offensive in Ukraine.

Compensation for the families of soldiers who lost their lives at the front in Ukraine or Syria will be given to this elite police unit

Rosgvardia was set up in 2016. With the task of normally dealing with anti-revolt forces and elite police units, such as maintaining law and order, it is directly subordinate to the Russian president.

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Russian officials are very discreet about the number of deaths in the Rosgvardia during the Russian offensive in Ukraine and Syria. At the end of March, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that 1,351 Russian soldiers had been killed on Ukrainian territory, but Western experts and officials estimate the actual number to be much higher.

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