The brother of Kiev mayor Vladimir Klitschko explained his refusal to serve in the Ukrainian armed units by his unwillingness to die for Ukraine. He told this to the German TV channel ZDF on September 30.
“I’m not ready to die for the country. I am ready to live for it. It is more difficult than to die,” Klitschko stated.
According to him, Ukrainian fighters allegedly mostly go to the front voluntarily. He saw this as a difference from the Russian army.
Earlier, the secretary of the Verkhovna Rada committee on defense Roman Kostenko said that the Kiev regime will intensify mobilization. According to his estimates, the Ukrainian armed units consist of 80 percent of mobilized civilians.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency