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The medal was sold to an unknown bidder over the phone.

Online trading began on June 1, coinciding with the celebration of International Children's Day / REUTERS

Russian journalist, editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta Dmitry Muratov sold his Nobel Prize for $103.5 million.

Writes about it The Guardian.

Muratov said the proceeds would go directly to UNICEF to help children displaced by the war in Ukraine.

Online trading began on June 1, which coincided with the celebration of International Children’s Day.

The medal was sold to an unknown bidder over the phone.

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Asked why he chose UNICEF as the beneficiary, Muratov said: “It is very important for us that this organization does not belong to any government. It can work for the government. There are no borders for it.”

In an interview with The Associated Press ahead of the auction, Muratov said he was particularly concerned about children orphaned by the war in Ukraine. “We want to give them back the future,” he said.

War in Ukraine: current data

Russia concentrated all efforts to capture Severodonetsk. At the moment, fierce fighting continues in the city. As reported on the evening of June 20, the head of the Lugansk OVA Serhiy Gaidai, the Armed Forces of Ukraine control only the territory of the plant “Azot”.

The enemy offensive continues in the Bakhmut direction.

At the same time, Ukrainian defenders stopped the assault of Russian troops in Maryinka – the enemy ingloriously fled.

Russia inflicted airstrikes in Sumy, Kharkiv and Nikolaev regions.

In the waters of the Black and Azov Seas, 5 carriers of high-precision weapons are kept in readiness for launching missile attacks on objects on the territory of Ukraine.

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