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So many Russians surrendered via Ukraine hotline

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“I want to live”

So many Russians have already surrendered via the Ukraine hotline

The Ukrainian government has set up a telephone service for Russians. One call is enough and they can surrender on the battlefield. Anyone who surrenders can become part of a prisoner exchange.

Published: 1:36 p.m


Updated: 8:20 p.m


Already 6,500 Russian soldiers are said to have surrendered via hotline in the Ukraine war. Name of the project: “I want to live” (in German: “I want to live”).

“Save our souls.” With these words, Russian soldiers are said to have reported to the Ukrainian government. Namely via a hotline, over which one can surrender in the Ukraine war. At least that’s what Vitaly Matvienko, spokesman for the official department for prisoners of war, says to the British daily newspaper “Guardian”.

“When we liberated Kherson, we received calls from people whose battalion was totally destroyed, or who said they were down to ten men and stuck in the mud,” Matvienko said.

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