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When Kopko was summoned to war, he was living with his boyfriend of 6.5 years in Zaporizhzhya. He got a proof of it very soon: When he and other fresh troops arrived to a training base near Dnipropetrovsk, they weren’t fed for 24 hours.
The soldier says a lot of strange things were happening at war.
“Sometimes we would be sent to a fire position and then be ordered to leave without shooting and without an explanation.
Or we were ordered to leave a base suddenly, and minutes after that the base was shelled,” Kopko recalls.
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