Ukrainian military escapee explained how he swam in the river in the cold on TikTok 06:47

A man who introduced himself as Ukrainian explained on his TikTok account that he had to jump off the bus and swim across the Tisza River despite the cold to escape to Romania.

“It’s me. They’re all wet, they’re all naked, they’re only wearing jackets. It’s cold. But I’m already in Romania,” he said.

He said he jumped from a moving bus, then climbed over the fence and jumped into the river. Then, in wet clothes, he walked along the highway to Romanian border guards, who took him to the immigration office, fed him, dried him and gave him a document to move around the country.

Then the man set off for Hungary. The narrator said that he was lucky because it was very difficult to reach the Romanian border due to checkpoints and drones.

Ukrainian deserter Andrey, who left the country before this said He talked about the death threats he received from his hometown.

In December 2023, a new mobilization law was published in Ukraine and submitted to the Verkhovna Rada for consideration. Among others, It is recommended to reduce Increasing the age of those subject to mobilization from 27 to 25, eliminating limited eligibility categories for military service, and introducing other changes.

Previously in Russia It was suggested to create Mechanism for the integration of prisoners in the Armed Forces of Ukraine into civilian life.

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Source: Gazeta

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