War in Ukraine: lines of direct surrender of the Russian army

  • Author, James Water House
  • Authority, BBC Correspondent in Ukraine

More than 3,500 Russian soldiers and their families have been in contact with the team, according to Ukraine.

The Ukrainian government says its program to persuade Russian troops to surrender receives up to 100 requests per day.

The “I Want To Live” project was launched in September.

By calling a hotline or entering information on a messaging app, Russian troops can arrange the best way to surrender to Ukrainian forces.

Kyiv authorities claim to have received more than 3,500 contacts from members of the assault force, as well as their families.

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