What country uses a coin currency that says 'koneek' in cyrillic and has St. George on one side

It's a Russian coin.

The Russian word kopek, a monetary denomination, ends up as 'KONEEK' or 'KOHEEK' or any number of similar 'almost but not quite' interpretations.

Modern Russian kopeks are designed with St. George slaying the dragon on the reverse side. 1 ruble or rouble (the currency of the Russian Federation) is equivalent to 100 kopek. In current exchange rate 1 RUB is equivalent to 0.015 USD.

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