The TV presenter admitted that without military experience, they can be taken to the front as a driver or dig trenches.
The famous Ukrainian presenter Oleksandr Pedan told why he was not taken into the army since the beginning of a large-scale war. He shared this in an interview with Slava Demin for the Lux FM YouTube channel.
According to the celebrity, after February 24, he went to the military enlistment office in Khmelnitsky, but he was told that he was more useful in the rear. If the showman is called, he can be hired as a driver or dig trenches.
“I was in a temporary registry in Khmelnitsky. They knew me. And they immediately told me: “Here, you are not a reserve officer, you have no experience, a military department. You’re only here for us as a driver or digging trenches.” They told me bluntly: “You’re doing a lot now and it’s more important. If necessary, there are contacts, you are on site, and we will find you,” said the TV presenter.
At the same time, he admitted that he wanted to serve in the artillery, because the infantry was too difficult.
“It’s very difficult for the infantry today. They have the hardest job in the world. The men and women are sitting in the trenches and no matter how much they want to, they can’t shoot the orcs, because the distance doesn’t allow it. The orcs are launching mines,bombs,rockets at them,cassettes,anything.but if they leave the orcs will go there.then they should stay there.that’s true it’s hard.I’m extroverted,it’s hard for me mentally , and the artillery works quickly,” Alexander Pedan admitted.
It was previously reported that Pedan admitted that he did not believe Efrosinina and Polyakova that they could not switch to the Ukrainian language.
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