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Foreign volunteers who join the Ukrainian forces in the fight against Russia A Ukrainian government official said the Ukrainian government would grant citizenship if they wanted to.
Supporters who travel to Ukraine And recruit into the volunteer force will receive a Army The card from the state border guards, and in the future, the volunteers will be among the pool of foreign nationals eligible for citizenship, said First Deputy Minister of the Interior Yevin Yenin. mentioned.
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First Deputy Interior Minister Yevvin Yenin said on March 9: “Foreign volunteers will be able to obtain Ukrainian citizenship if they want to.
20,000 foreign volunteers have joined the Ukrainian forces to fight Russia since March 6.
Kyiv Independent March 9, 2022
Last month, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that he was forming an “international brigade” of volunteers to join him in the fight against Russia.
The announcement came in conjunction with apparent frustration with the international community and their apparent lack of assistance.
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Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba explained that the combat force “will defend Ukraine and the world order as part of the international corps of territorial defense of Ukraine.”
Time reported that since the February 27 announcement, more than 20,000 volunteers from 52 countries have registered to fight in Ukraine.
Fighters joined from European countries, including Poland, Denmark, and Latvia, whose governments enabled their citizens to more easily join the fight.
Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen encouraged citizens to join the fight during a press conference on February 27. Frederiksen called it “a choice anyone can make,” Time mentioned.
On February 28, the Latvian government similarly encouraged its citizens to participate.
“Our citizens who want to support Ukraine and volunteer to serve there to defend Ukraine’s independence and our common security should be able to do so,” said Joris Rankanis, an MP from Latvia.
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