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Putin reinstates 'Mother Heroine' award for women with 10 children

President revives awards introduced by Stalin to reverse post-WWII population crisis

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Russian President Vladimir Putin takes questions during a joint press conference with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts following their summit in Tehran on July 19, 2022.
Russian President Vladimir Putin answers questions at a joint press conference with the leaders of Iran and Turkey after the summit in Tehran on July 19, 2022. there is Photo by Atta Kenare/AFP /Getty Images

Russian President Vladimir Putin has over 10 Reintroduced an award given to women who have children of

The title "Mother Her Heroine" was first established in 1944 by Joseph his Stalin. This was to encourage women to have more children in order to reverse the demographic crisis after the deaths of millions of Soviet citizens during World War II. war.

More than 400,000 women received the award until the award was abolished after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991.

And now, President Putin has previously said he is "bothered" by a declining population. Russia is once again facing a demographic crisis, fueled by a plummeting birth rate and exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic and war in Ukraine, thus reviving the award.

According to the Moscow TimesPutin said on Monday that after his 10th child turned one year old, those eligible would pay her one million rubles ($21,580). signed a decree to receive His nine other children are still alive.

However, if a child dies as a result of combat, acts of terrorism, or emergencies, the child will still receive the award.

They also receive special gold medals adorned with the Russian flag and coat of arms.

The title will be included in the list of Russia's highest state orders, such as "Hero of Russia" and "Hero of Labor."

This follows her Parental Glory Award, which was created in 2008 for families with seven or more children.

Parental Glory payout will be increased to 700,000 rubles ($15,100).

Putin said: They will not let their friends, colleagues or homeland down. "

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