The New York Times: Valery Zaluzhny inherited a million dollars and donated them to the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny received a million dollars in inheritance from an American of Ukrainian origin Gregory Stepanets, writes The New York Times, citing the Stepanets family.

Available in the public domain information about the death of a US resident named Gregory Stepanets in October 2022.

The New York Times does not specify whether the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine knew the American or was related to him by blood ties.

Zaluzhny gave the received inheritance for the needs of the Ukrainian army, the publication adds, referring to the Stepanets family and the press service of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

According to The New York Times, in 2022 he collected more than $500 million in donations to the Armed Forces of Ukraine from businesses and individuals; about $20 million was donated for humanitarian aid.

Large private initiatives to raise money to support the Ukrainian army — the Come Back Alive Foundation and the Serhiy Prytula Foundation — have received a total of more than $200 million in donations, writes The New York Times.

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny on the cover of Time. Here is what the general told the magazine about himself and the war – briefly He considered the chief of the Russian General Staff “the smartest of people”

Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny on the cover of Time. Here is what the general told the magazine about himself and the war – briefly He considered the chief of the Russian General Staff “the smartest of people”

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