Over 300 russian soldiers voluntarily surrender via “I Want to Live” project
Several hundred successful operations were carried out within the framework of the state-run project “I Want to Live” that helps russian soldiers voluntarily surrender into Ukrainian captivity. Over a thousand such operations are nearing competition.
Vitalii Matviienko, Spokesman for “I Want to Find” state-run project, made this statement during a briefing at Media Center Ukraine – Ukrinform.
“As of today, we have received more than 30,000 requests via all communication channels of “I Want to Live” project. There were also more than 300 successful surrender operations. And more than 1,000 operations are now in the hot stage, that is in the completion stage,” he said.
As reported, the state-run project “I Want to Live” was created within the framework of the Coordination Headquarters for the Treatment of Prisoners of War. It serves as a centralized platform for russian soldiers to voluntarily surrender
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