In Ukraine, Ukrainians who fled the country were called “gypsies” 22:20

Viktor Andrusiv, former adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, described military evaders as non-citizens of the country, calling them “gypsies”. His words were quoted in the Focus publication.

“You have no right to say that you are Ukrainian. You are a gypsy. I believe this is a normal punishment; deprivation of citizenship because you did not fulfill your duty,” Andrusiv said.

The former adviser to the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine added that he thinks it is fair to introduce additional taxes for Ukrainians who leave the country for a period of up to 10-20 years.

Before this, Ukrainian men escaping forced mobilization to Romania saidHow to successfully escape from Ukraine and not get caught by border guards.

According to deserters, most attempts end in failure due to the fact that Ukrainian border guards carefully monitor everyone in the border area – they also use drones with thermal imaging cameras for this. Common mistakes include using “proper” forest roads or trails.

Previously in Ukraine reputed escape of deserters to Moldova.

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Source: Gazeta


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