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Employees of the Lena security department of Gazprom in Yakutia were ordered to transfer at least a thousand rubles to help Russian soldiers injured in Ukraine. This is reported “Radio Liberty”referring to the security officer who sent the editors a screenshot of the message from the work chat.
The report says that the Far Eastern Interregional Security Directorate of Gazprom (FEMUO) volunteered to provide financial assistance in the purchase of medicines for military personnel, since medicines in hospitals and military hospitals are “catastrophically lacking.” The minimum transfer amount is one thousand rubles.
The author of the message asks the chat participants to send the last 4 digits of the phone number and last name in order to later make a report to the management on “how many people actively participated and the number of those who ignored the request.”
The interlocutor of the publication added that this is not the first fundraising in the company. “Previously, the collection was voluntary, but on a permanent basis. Now it has become voluntary-compulsory,” he explained.
From the telegram channel of the FEMUO trade union, it follows that during the war, company employees donated more than half a million rubles to help military personnel. Last time fundraiser accepted about 300 people participated, almost 300 thousand rubles were collected.
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