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Fake Relatives of the dead Ukrainian military are given toys as “compensation”

Russian publications disseminate information that the only “compensation” from the state for relatives of the dead Ukrainian soldiers are toys. The authors of such messages in Russian telegram channels are ironic. Like, the life of the Ukrainian military is worth nothing for the state. It's fake.

StopFake analysts came to the conclusion that the basis for the fake is the real message of the Facebook page of the Third branch of the Lubenskyi district territorial center for acquisition and social support of the Chornukhy village, Poltava region. However, toys are only part of the help. According to the legislation of Ukraine, the families of the dead Ukrainian soldiers can receive monetary compensation in the amount of up to 12 million hryvnias. In addition, there are a number of non-governmental initiatives that provide material and psychological assistance to such families. The local authorities of the Poltava region also provided them with financial assistance in the amount of 50,000 hryvnias.

With such messages, Russian propaganda wants to show that human life is worthless to the Ukrainian government. Thus, Russia wants to demoralize the Ukrainians and persuade the government to negotiate. Like, the Ukrainians will be able to put pressure on the authorities, because without decent compensation, these efforts are worthless. However, as practice shows, compensations only in the form of food packages or items of clothing are the most common thing in Russia.

Disclosure Fraudsters offer Ukrainians to receive non-existent foreign assistance

According to the Center for counteracting disinformation, scammers send fake messages online and on phones about the possibility of receiving financial assistance from foreign partners. Like, every Ukrainian can receive 6,500 hryvnia on a bank card.

To get such “assistance”, scammers offer to follow the link and enter personal data to enter the site. The design on the fake site imitates official web resources. After the introduction of bank details, thieves withdraw all funds from the owner's card.

The Center urges people to check information in official sources so as not to become a victim of fraudsters. Also, in case of suspicion of fraudulent activities on the Internet, they are asked to inform the cyber police by e-mail: callcenter@cyberpolice.gov.ua.

Taking advantage of the difficult situation of Ukrainians because of the war, scammers systematically offer a variety of “help”. Previously, scammers offered 6,000 hryvnias of “New Year's” assistance, 5,000 hryvnias of assistance from PrivatBank, financial assistance from the Uappl project, winter payments from the European Union, etc.

Fake In Ukraine, military’s payroll is in bonds

War bonds are securities, so they cannot be used for payroll type calculations. As the fact-checkers of the “Without Lies” project explain, the nominal value of one bond is UAH 1000 / USD 1000 / EUR 1000. Bonds (certificates) with a face value of two million hryvnias do not exist.

On the fake bond it is indicated that this is a certificate for the amount of compensation in the institutions of Oshchadbank and Ukrainian state commercial insurance organization (Ukrderzhstrakh). This certificate has a different wording. Moreover, Ukrderzhstrakh was liquidated back in 1993. The fake certificate was allegedly signed by Finance Minister Serhii Marchenko. However, the actual signature belongs to one of his predecessors - Oleksandr Shlapak (February-December, 2014). It was during the work of Shlapak that war bonds began to be issued.

Thus, propagandists are trying to discredit the Ukrainian army and the leadership of the state. Earlier, propagandists claimed that Ukraine canceled the payment of 15 million hryvnias to the families of the dead servicemen.

Disclosure Fraudsters offer Ukrainians a one-time payment from the Red Cross

Messages are circulating on social networks that allegedly due to the difficult energy situation in the country Ukrainians are provided with a one-time payment of 2,300 hryvnias from the Red Cross.

Fact-checkers of the “Brekhunets” (Liar) project checked the information and found that it was a scam. The scammers use a fake telegram channel called the Red Cross society, which has only 170 subscribers. At the same time, the official telegram channel of the organization has five thousand readers. Information about “assistance in connection with the energy situation in the country” is not there. Links to the pages of Ukrainian banks in messages are also fake. There is no information on such payments on the official pages of these banks. Fraudsters manipulate the limited registration time (only until 10:00 pm or only until 02:00 am) and ask to “hurry up to leave personal details” in order to receive “assistance”.

Also, to receive fake assistance, you need to enter your personal data, including your bank card number. This is a sign of phishing - the collection of personal data.

Fraudsters systematically use the difficult situation of Ukrainians because of war and offer a variety of “help”. The goal is different: from manipulative advertising of telegram channels to gaining access to bank cards of Ukrainians. In particular, earlier the scammers offered 6,000 hryvnias of “New Year's” assistance, 5,000 hryvnias of assistance from PrivatBank, financial assistance in conjunction with the Uappl project, and winter payments from the European Union.

Fake In Germany, Ukrainian refugees will receive five hundred euros as a “welcoming” bonus

Reports are circulating on social networks that allegedly the German Bundestag has urgently adopted a decision according to which Ukrainian refugees will receive a “welcoming” bonus of 500 euros at Caritas offices. Such assistance is allegedly funded by German taxes. The video gained thousands of views and caused discontent among the Germans. It is not true.

The fact-checkers of the Correctiv project asked for clarification from the office of Caritas and the Bundestag and received confirmation that the video was fake. The Caritas Association does not pay or offer any “welcoming” payments. The Bundestag did not make such a decision; moreover, there was not even such a project. The fact-checker also notes that the primary source of the video is an account from which false information about financial assistance to Ukrainian refugees was also previously shared.

Russian propaganda systematically spreads fakes to discredit Ukrainian refugees. In particular, fakes were circulated earlier in Germany, allegedly social services pay for the services of a hairdresser instead of Ukrainian refugees; as if Ukrainians go to Germany, draw up social benefits and immediately return home; and as if Ukrainians resell items received in Germany as humanitarian aid.

Fake Zelenskyi and other officials and politicians enriched themselves in 2022

Russian media and users of the Georgian and Russian language segments of Facebook are distributing BBC infographics, allegedly created according to the American edition of Forbes, from which it follows that the military-political leadership of Ukraine enriched themselves during the war. But this is fake.

Russian media report that Volodymyr Zelenskyi's capital has grown from $650 million to $1.5 billion. Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov, Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba, and adviser to the head of the presidential office Mykhailo Podoliak also seem to have become billionaires; Volodymyr Klychko’s fortune reached almost 800 million dollars.

As noted by the Myth Detector project, a created graphic is a forgery. On December 27, 2022, Forbes Ukraine did indeed publish a list of the 20 richest people in the country, but none of the Ukrainian politicians mentioned in posts of Russian-language media appears on it. The top five richest Ukrainians in 2022 look like this: Renat Akhmetov, Viktor Pinchuk, Konstiantyn Zhevaho, as well as two IT entrepreneurs - Oleksii Shevchenko and Maksym Lytvyn. Everyone who used to be on the lists of the richest people in Ukraine, and those who were in the top 20 for the first time, have significantly lost their fortune this year. The BBC actually created its own infographic based on the Ukrainian Forbes data, all the data of it coincide with the Forbes data, and there is no president, no defense minister, or other officials in it.

We recall that earlier Russian media have already spread fakes about the status of Volodymyr Zelenskyi and called him a dollar billionaire. According to estimates, in fact, Zelenskyi's fortune is estimated at 20-30 million dollars.

Fake Switzerland banned money transfers to Ukraine, including donations to the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Such messages are distributed through social networks and hostile telegram channels. It says that it is forbidden to transfer funds to help Ukraine in Switzerland. Like, all charitable platforms are inactive in the country. As evidence, the propagandists attach a video from a TikTok user in which she allegedly complains that she cannot transfer money to Ukraine. However, this is not true.

According to StopFake experts, in Switzerland there is no ban on transferring money to any account in Ukraine. Fact-checkers say that Switzerland is among the top ten countries whose residents most often donate money to help Ukraine through the United24 platform, including for the needs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Propagandists are spreading this fake to once again discredit Ukraine and show that it is not supported by the West, which prohibits the transfer of funds from its banks. Thus, they are trying to hint that no one wants to help Ukraine and Ukrainians. However, the absolute assistance of our partners demonstrates the true attitude of the world to the war in Ukraine.

Disclosure Fraudsters promise Ukrainians six thousand hryvnias of “New Year's” assistance

Messages are distributed through social networks and instant messengers. Like, every Ukrainian can receive a one-time cash payment as a New Year's aid. The messages have got a link where you need to register ostensibly to receive money. They note that this is assistance from the state, which “by order was appointed by President Volodymyr Zelenskyi”.

Fact-checkers of the Brekhunets (Liar) project checked these reports. The link hides an anonymous telegram channel with the name “Payments from the state to every citizen of Ukraine”. The channel avatar has the logo of the Privat24 application. However, on the channel, the authors say that financial assistance can be obtained from three banks, the names of which are written with errors.

Under the name of each of the banks, there is a published link, allegedly to a “personal account”, in which you can apply for New Year's “help”. However, instead of a “personal account” there is a form in which they offer to enter a bank card number, password and pin code. That is, instead of “help”, scammers get access to bank accounts.

On the website of the President of Ukraine there is no information about financial assistance on the occasion of the New Year holidays. The press service of Privatbank confirmed to the fact-checkers that they do not pay any New Year's aid from the state. There is no information about these “New Year's payments from the state” on the websites of other banks as well.

Disclosure Scammers promise to provide stable mobile communications for money

Fraudsters take advantage of the fact that as a result of a power outage, the mobile signal is weakened or disappears altogether. This was reported in the Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security.

They pretend to be representatives of mobile operators and promise to “switch” a person to another “tower”. Like, so the connection will remain stable even when the electricity disappears.

After that, a person receives a code - if you say it to a criminal, they will get access to mobile applications of banks, social networks, etc.

Manipulation All Ukrainians will pay less for electricity

Such a message was distributed in the Rivne segment of Telegram. Anonymous telegram channels name the source of their information the National Commission, which regulates energy and utilities.

The fact-checkers of the “Brekhunets” (Liar) project explained why this is manipulation.

On December 5, the website of the state institution indeed published a decree on the need to protect consumers by applying, in the absence of actual meter readings, a reduction factor for electricity consumption.

Representative of Rivneoblenergo Alla Likhachova explained to journalists that it is not yet possible to say what the coefficient will be in December 2022, since the company will have indicators for electricity consumed in December only in January 2023.

“To put it simply, residents of those regions that have suffered from Russian occupation and where the power grids have been significantly damaged and energy consumption has definitely decreased, and there is also no way to track the actual meter readings, we can count on the application of the coefficient there. As for the residents of relatively peaceful areas, it is too early to draw conclusions”, the fact checkers noted.

Fake Nuns with Russian passports were hospitalized in the Rivne region

Such information appeared in social networks, in particular, in the Ukrainian segment. Reports say that after the Security Service of Ukraine raided a local monastery in November, rumors began to circulate in the Rivne region that three nuns with Russian passports had been admitted to a local hospital. Like, there are Russian women among the novices of the monastery. However, this is not true.

According to fact-checkers of Brekhunets (Lier), the representative of the monastery, nun Savatiia, assured that there were no Russians among their inhabitants, the novices were Ukrainians. The Directorate of the Security Service in the Rivne region also does not confirm the information that people with Russian passports were found among the nuns in the Koretskyi Holy Trinity Convent.

Disclosure On Facebook, scammers urge Ukrainians to apply for financial assistance

Several pages of alleged Facebook users leave comments under posts on the pages of Ukrainian authorities and other organizations. The comments call on Ukrainians to apply for “financial assistance along with the Uappl project”.

There is no information about the organization providing assistance on the site posted on the link. It is designed solely to collect data from people who need help and those who want to become a volunteer. After registration, you need to record a video message for help, which is redirected to the TikTok page of this volunteer organization. All video messages end with a fake QR code supposedly to help with this message. However, this code does not recognize either a smartphone or online verification sites. Also, according to their requirements, it is necessary to create an account on Binance, to which allegedly funds will be received. No information about those who received assistance could be found.

The site is located on the same server with a resource related to cryptocurrencies. There is also a similar site focused on Poland.

This help is advertised on pages that attract attention because they are registered in foreign names, but most of the messages on them are in Ukrainian. In addition to the main photo, place of residence and educational institution, there is no other personal information. Most allegedly live in London and graduated from various British educational institutions. The pages are generally active. Moreover, one of the bots left a comment with the “help” advertising on another fake page. Of the four verified accounts, two downloaded avatars on June 10, and the next two - on June 12.

Fake EU steals Russian money and hands it over to Ukraine

Such messages are spread by propagandists and anonymous telegrams through channels. Message says that the European Union is stealing Russian funds in order to transfer it to Ukraine. Like, Europe is sharing Russia's money, not its own. However, this is not true.

In fact, we are talking about Russian assets that Europe recently froze. According to Politico, the EU has frozen a total of 68 billion euros of assets.

Currently, the EU and partners are developing a plan for the confiscation of frozen Russian assets in favor of Ukraine.Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission President, said that Brussels, together with partners, is already working on a plan to freeze Russian assets, then transfer them to the reconstruction of Ukraine and to compensate for the damage caused by the war unleashed by Russia.

This is what the propagandists called the”stealing”, although the assets are located on the territory of the European Union.

This fake is aimed at discrediting the European Union and its assistance. Allegedly, the EU illegally uses Russian resources to help Ukraine.

Disclosure Fraudsters offer 5,000 hryvnias of Ukrposhta and Nova Poshta assistance

Social networks are circulating messages about the opportunity to receive five thousand hryvnias of assistance from Ukrposhta or the Nova Poshta State Assistance Fund. To do this, you need to fill out a questionnaire and take a short survey. This is a fraud. There are no such assistance programs.

Fact-checkers of the VoxCheck project checked the messages and found out that there are no reports of financial assistance for the survey on the official pages of Ukrposhta and Nova Poshta. The sites linked in the messages are fake. The real sites of Ukrposhta (ukrposhta.ua) and Nova Poshta (novaposhta.ua) do not contain extra letters in the title. The appearance of original and fake sites also differs.

On the sites of scammers, any buttons do not work, except for those that are needed to participate in the draw. To do this, you need to take a survey on four simple questions, the same for both sites. Only the company name and color have been changed. After answering all the questions, it becomes possible to win gifts in three attempts. To receive a gift, you must share information in 5 groups or with 20 friends and complete registration. Both sites have reviews of those who allegedly received the winnings. However, these users are fake, mostly having names and surnames atypical for Ukrainians.

Disclosure Residents and enterprises of the Zhytomyr region are sent fake letters about fundraising

According to the Center for Strategic Communications and Information Security, companies and individuals receive fake letters allegedly from the Zhytomyr regional military administration with a request to send money for the humanitarian aid program of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The head of the Zhytomyr regional military administration, Vitalii Bunechko, also denied sending the letter. He said that the Zhytomyr regional military administration does not raise funds for charity and urged to contact law enforcement agencies in case of receiving such letters or calls.

Earlier, entrepreneurs from Khmelnytskyi, Odesa and Dnipropetrovsk received the same letters. Thus, the scammers are trying to use the desire to help the Ukrainian military for personal gain.

Disclosure Fraudsters collect information about Ukrainian refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs)

Fraudsters have created a website that pretends to be a resource that allegedly helps Ukrainians affected by the war. Under Facebook posts, bots leave comments like: "We created a project that directly connects donors with individual Ukrainians or Ukrainian refugees who apply for financial assistance" and add a link to a fraudulent site. Instead of helping, this resource actually collects user data.

As noted by the fact-checkers of the NotaYenota project, fraudulent sites basically do not have data about the project team, distribution of duties, responsibility and reporting. Also, there are usually no contacts, only the opportunity to leave your own ones. Although there is a mention of a Facebook page on the site, there is no link to it. There are no reviews from those who have already received help, although scammers usually add fake reviews.

In order to allegedly receive financial assistance, you need to create an account on the Binance cryptocurrency platform. Next, you need to shoot a video up to a minute and send your wallet number to Binance. It is surprising that scammers do not ask for passport details to make sure that it is Ukrainians who are applying for help. It is likely that in the future, scammers will use video recording to deceive facial identification technologies and access to personal data.

The Binance platform has indeed previously participated in a financial assistance project for refugees from Ukraine. However, only those living abroad could receive assistance. Now this project is closed, and it is impossible to get help.

Now the fraudulent site is blocked, but you may see what this resource looked like through the web archive. Despite the constant blocking of such fraudulent resources, new ones are constantly appearing.

Disclosure Fraudsters send messages in messengers with job offers at Amazon and AliExpress

Scammers pose as hiring managers at one of the companies, Amazon or AliExpress. They look for new online part-time workers, offering work-from-home jobs, simple tasks that can be done anytime, anywhere, and high wages, a fee that seems to be paid on the same day. In the case of Amazon, they promise from 5 to 30 thousand hryvnias per day. "Salary" in AliExpress is slightly lower - from one to eight thousand hryvnias per day. Then the contacts for communication through the messenger are specified, and the link opens a chat allegedly with the manager. Ukrainian and foreign numbers, particularly Angola and the USA, are used for mailing.

We remind you that large international companies don't send job offers in personal messages en masse and don't offer to contact a recruiter through a third-party link.

Previously, fraudsters used the state program "eDopomoga" as a cover and offered to receive seven thousand hryvnias in compensation. Fraudsters also offered Ukrainians to receive seven thousand hryvnias from confiscated assets of Russia and promised payments of 3,500 hryvnias due to Russian aggression.

Disclosure In Volyn, there is spread information about a fake raffle from "Oschadbank."

On Facebook, fraudsters spread the message that Oschadbank has decided to give away cash to anyone who wants it. To do this, you allegedly need to share the post and choose the "lucky number" of one of the 12 envelopes in the image.

The fact-checkers of the "Brekhunets" project found out that this message is fake. There is no information about the raffle either on the official website of "Oschadbank" or its official Facebook page.

In addition, there are several other signs of fraud. The Facebook page that offers the raffle is significantly different from the official page. Oschadbank's page has 267,000 subscribers, a contact phone number, an email address, and a link to the network's website. The fraudulent page has 21 readers and no information. In Volyn groups, a post about a fraudulent raffle allegedly from a Ukrainian bank is being spread from a foreigner's page, which has only one post.

Message Ukrainian volunteers "cynically collect money" during Russian attacks

The message was widely distributed by pro-Russian Telegram channels as a reaction to the announcement of the joint meeting of Serhii Prytula and Serhii Sternenko, which was joined by other volunteer initiatives.

Propagandists claim that the volunteers are allegedly using the attack on Ukraine to get more money for themselves or for what the West is already giving Ukraine for free.

In fact, as reported by Serhii Prytula, Ukrainian volunteers prematurely announced the fundraising for RAM II kamikaze drones scheduled for October 12. In the post, Prytula also argued for the need to purchase such weapons for the Ukrainian army.

Ukrainians once again demonstrated their resistance to Russian propaganda and disinformation. When Russia was massively shelling almost all of Ukraine with missiles, despite the lack of electricity and interruptions to the Internet, Ukrainians actively sent donations for weapons for the Ukrainian army. As of the morning of October 11, the number of fees exceeded 276 million hryvnias, the final amount hasn`t been announced yet.

Russian propaganda systematically tries to discredit the work of volunteers who significantly help the army. Previously, propaganda massively spread fakes about the purchase by the Serhii Prytula Foundation of "People's Satellite" for 600 million hryvnias.

Disclosure Fraudsters are distributing a fake letter on behalf of the Khmelnytskyi Regional Council regarding financial assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine

It was reported by the Head of the Khmelnytskyi Regional Council, Violeta Labaziuk. Such messages come to business representatives, organizations, enterprises, and individuals.

Fraudsters promise tax benefits with the help of the Armed Forces. The actions were allegedly coordinated with the President of Ukraine and the Verkhovna Rada.

The Khmelnytskyi Regional Council doesn`t send such letters and doesn`t collect funds. The fraud was reported to law enforcement agencies. Violeta Labaziuk also asks to contact the law enforcement officers in case of receiving the letter. Previously, similar letters were sent to entrepreneurs in Odesa and Dnipropetrovsk regions.

Disclosure Fraudsters spread fake messages that Ukrainians can receive seven thousand hryvnias in compensation under the "YeHelp" program

Allegedly, payments will be made through the Unified Compensation Center for the return of unpaid funds and the “YeHelp” platform in partnership with the Ministry of Social Policy. There is no such assistance program. On the website of the "YeHelp" platform, there is no information about payments through the Unified Compensation Center for the return of unpaid funds. Moreover, in Ukraine there is no Unified compensation center for the return of unpaid funds. The Facebook page from which fake mail is being spread belongs to scammers. It has few readers, no publications. There are more than 12,000 readers on the official YeHelp page on Facebook. The Center's website asks for an email address, phone number, and contact details. Later, they name the amount of possible compensation and offer to pay a small amount for legal services to register the questionnaire. Fraudsters send a link where you need to enter all your card details: number, expiration date and CVV2 code. This way they get access to all the funds on the card. Previously, the scammers offered Ukrainians to receive seven thousand hryvnias from the confiscated assets of Russia, they also promised payments in the amount of 3,500 hryvnias due to Russian aggression. More details. 

Disclosure Fraudsters promise all Ukrainians social assistance from the National Bank of Ukraine

The fraudulent scheme was reported in the official telegram channel of the National Bank.

Messages appear on social networks in which scammers claim that the National Bank of Ukraine is allegedly holding a charity event together with the Your Support Foundation so that all Ukrainians are paid a "social-individual payment".

To fill out an application for the payment of such assistance, the attackers offer to switch to a fraudulent chatbot.

The NBU warns that attackers may offer to provide personal information and make an additional payment for assistance, as a result, payment card data may be compromised.

Under the pretext of making a payment, scammers may ask you to report:

• pin code to the card

• three-digit number on the back of the card

• card validity period, etc.

The National Bank notes that it does not make any social payments.

Currently, the NBU is holding a charity event to raise funds to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine. But it does not involve payments.

The scammers are ruthlessly taking advantage of Ukrainians' predicament during the war and continue to offer fake payouts. Ukrainian banks publish all official information on their websites or in their own social networks.

Disclosure In the Rivne region, scammers send out fake letters asking for money for the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Fraudsters send letters to entrepreneurs ostensibly on behalf of the Varash regional military administration and ask them to make a charitable contribution to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine. But they promise tax breaks. The letter notes the bank details to send funds to. The scammers also call residents of the area asking for help.

The head of the Varash Regional State Administration Liudmyla Marynina on her Facebook page denied both sending letters from the RSA and phone calls, and noted that she did not know the recipients of the funds. She also informed law enforcement about the actions of the attackers. The fact-checkers of the Brekhunets (Lier) project told about the fake letter.

This is not the first time that scammers have exploited the sensitive topic of aiding the Armed Forces of Ukraine for profit. Previously, a fraudulent letter was sent to entrepreneurs allegedly from the Odesa Regional State Administration for participation in the humanitarian aid program of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The scammers also pretended to be relatives of servicemen who needed help.

Manipulation Ukrainians will be paid in a new way for work on weekends

The news is spreading across the network that, according to the amended law of Ukraine, a double salary is provided for working on weekends. They say that the Labor Code of Ukraine has been updated and at the same time the mechanism of labor relations has been optimized. It seems that the old norms of legislation that were not in force have been returned, and now every Ukrainian will receive double payment if they work on weekends or holidays. However, this is manipulation.

As the fact-checkers of the Brekhunets (Lier) project explain, no laws or regulations have been adopted in Ukraine recently regarding new conditions for remunerating workers. The point was that for the period of martial law, some norms of labor legislation were temporarily inactive, and now their action has been resumed. The norm on double pay for work on a weekend or a holiday has been established for a long time. According to the Labor Code of Ukraine, if an employee works on his day off, he has a choice: either take a day off or receive double pay. Payment for work on a day off is calculated as work on holidays and non-working days.

Fact-checkers claim that in this way the authors of the channels are trying to attract attention and increase the activity and number of comments under their posts.

Disclosure Fraudsters lure Ukrainians with payments from the UN

On social networks unknown persons spread information that all Ukrainians can receive assistance in the amount of 8,800 hryvnias per person from the UN. In particular, as the fact-checkers of the Brekhunets (Lier) project write, a screenshot of a message is being distributed by the network, which shows that the person allegedly received a transfer from the UN World Food Program. The person is allegedly informed that he received 8,800 hryvnias. Fraudsters convince: absolutely all Ukrainians will be able to get help. However, as the fact checker writes, the authors of the mailing lists mislead Ukrainians because not all residents of Ukraine can receive such help.

Yes, the WFP program from the UN, which helps Ukrainians in war, really exists. However, the Ministry of Social Policy of Ukraine clearly defines who can receive such assistance. In particular, these are internally displaced persons. And the maximum amount of assistance that can be received from the UN per family is 6,660 hryvnias, not 8,880 at all.