A pensioner from Kopeysk, in the Chelyabinsk region, went to the front as a volunteer to see his son mobilized. The man went to the front in September on the agenda, then after his vacation he voluntarily left for Lugansk.
According to Shot, a long-awaited meeting between a Russian soldier and his 63-year-old father, who went to the front as a volunteer, took place on one of the front lines to see his son.
- Hello, old stump! What the hell are you doing here?! You are an old chief! – emotionally and with tears in his eyes, the fighter met his father.
The pensioner told reporters that he himself wanted to go to the NWO as a volunteer, but was not over the age. His grandson died in the Donbass, now his son is fighting there, who was called up in September for mobilization. At this meeting, the fighter was able to present his mother with the medal “For Courage”, which he received after being injured in battle.
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