Mother Heroine: Putin gives Russian lady with more than ten children 10 million rubles, know what is the reason
Russia has attempted to revive an old Soviet Union award this year. This prize and title was introduced in the Soviet Union 65 years ago.
Russia has attempted to revive an old Soviet Union award this year. This prize and title was introduced in the Soviet Union 65 years ago. But for the past 31 years, this shutdown has made President Putin alive again. Let's know what is the condition of this award and why would the Soviet Union want to continue it again now?
These women will receive awards Russian President Vladimir Putin has presented awards to Russian women who become mothers of more than 10 children. According to reports, after announcing the awards in the summer of 2022, Putin has given close to two women these honors so far. Among those who received the award are Medni Kadyrova, the wife of Putin's colleague Ramzan Kadyrov. Kadyrov heads the Chechen Republic, the Muslim-majority region of Russia. Kadyrov describes himself as Putin's foot soldier. He has also promised to send his teenage sons to Putin's Ukraine campaign, according to a report. While the second woman belongs to the Arctic Yamalo-Nenets region of Russia.
1 million Russian rubles to the mother
1 million Russian rubles to the mother who receives the title of' Mother heroine ' will receive 10 million Russian rubles when the 1st child is one year old. Apart from this, children are also given proper level of care for health, education, physical, spiritual and moral development. The condition of the award is that having more than 10 children is also necessary for everyone to survive.
Population decline of Russia
Russia's population decline becomes a concern for any nation which Russia has seen a steep decline in population over the past few decades. A top US general has estimated that at least one million soldiers of the Russian army have died. The Russian population declined by a record 86,000 in a month from January to May, the Moscow Times reported, citing official data. While the previous record in 2002 was a decline of 57,000 people a month. Moscow is trying to strengthen its population and start from its national pride and an old practice.