Ukraine awards: “Peace Award” presented to Google

A Google trend that is really gratifying: from the first days of the war, Google has been helping Ukraine on the information front. Therefore, it became the first company to receive the Peace Award, introduced by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.
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“On February 24, a new history began not only in Ukraine but also in the international community. The world is changing, the old system is no longer working. Everyone must express a clear position on who they support. We are pleased to emphasize with this award that Google is a great friend of Ukraine. From the very first days of the war, you started helping us on the information front, with many business initiatives and, most importantly, with the humanitarian support of our citizens, “said Mykhailo Fedorov, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine in Davos.

Since the start of the full-scale invasion, Google.org and Google have made millions in donations and provided $ 45 million in grants. The company was one of the first to impose sanctions on Russia, according to the agency’s website. Already on February 26, Google suspended the monetization of Russian state media around the world, including RT and Sputnik, indefinitely, and then on March 2, YouTube blocked all channels related to all Russian state media in Europe. Google has also expanded cybersecurity for Ukrainian accounts. Project Shield has become very important for our state resources and the media – free unlimited protection against DDoS attacks.

The award was given to Google Vice President Karan Bhatia. “The war in Ukraine and the humanitarian crisis it has caused are devastating. We will continue to work with the Ukrainian government to provide more support as long as necessary, “he said. OK, Google <3

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