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Author`s name Dmitry Sudakov

Ukrainian soldiers can't change clothes for 4 months

Ukrainian soldiers of the second battalion of a tank brigade decided to inform their president of the problems in the Ukrainian Armed Forces. To reach Poroshenko, the soldiers made a video, in which they explained that that had not been able to change their clothes for four months already.

Most importantly, the soldiers complained that the time of their army service was drawing to an end, but no one was going to demobilize them. The soldiers said that they were fulfilling their duty honestly, but they refused to execute any orders until President Poroshenko looked into the lawlessness in the Ukrainian Army.

Pravda.Ru

Also read: Ukrainian tankmen deliver ultimatum to President Poroshenko

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