Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, April 3, signed a decree creating a special fund to support soldiers fighting in Ukraine and their families.

Russia rarely gives any estimates of its losses in its military operation launched in February 2022, where its military faced series of setbacks.

The decree in support of the "Defenders of the Fatherland" was published on the official government website.

The measures are "aimed at ensuring a decent life" for soldiers involved in the Ukraine offensive, and for their partners and children, according to the decree.

Putin had announced the support measure at the Federal Assembly on Feb. 21, almost a year after he sent his troops to Ukraine.

"Our duty is to support the families that have lost their loved ones and to help them raise their children and give them an education and a job," Putin then said.

The fund should "bring targeted, personalized assistance to the families of fallen fighters, as well as veterans of the special military operation," he said in February.

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Jacques Willemen
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oh, that why opex+ lowered oil output for next month, to raise the oilprice
the combined oil dicktators did this to help this loser in moscow, vladolf putler, because his fucked up "3 day war" costs him dearly