Russian Journalist Nobel Coin Auction 103.5 Million Dollars to Help Ukrainian Children

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Russian Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Auction of medals awarded to raise funds for Ukrainian children It was auctioned for 103.5 million US dollars.

Today (June 21, 2022), foreign news agencies reported that Dmitry Muratov, the editor of a major independent newspaper of Russia. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Open auction for the Nobel Prize medal received which was held in New York of the United States on world refugee day

Muratov’s Nobel Prize Medal Was auctioned for $ 103.5 million, or about 3,700 million baht, by Muratov will bring all the proceeds from the auction to UNICEF. to help Ukrainian children who have been displaced by the ongoing war in the country

This auction is the highest priced Bonel medal in history. Breaking the previous Nobel coin auction record, which was auctioned for about $5 million or about 177 million baht.

Muratov was awarded the Nobel Prize with a young Filipino journalist in October 2021, with the committee praising the pair’s efforts to protect freedom of expression.

While Muratov’s newspaper It is the only newspaper to criticize Russian President Vladimir Putin. at war in Ukraine before suspending publication a month ago last Mar. After Russia enacted a law that severely punished those who criticized Russia’s actions.

Sources: AP, Reuters, AFP.

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