Censor.NET reports citing the press service of the SBU.
The terrorists forced the man to join the 'DPR' in 2015. The militants revoked his ID and forced him to repair tanks, APCs and IFVs. In return, they gave him food, clothes, and cigarettes. He was severely punished for insubordination.
Eventually the man escaped from his "employers" and turned himself into the SBU. He has reunited with his parents and appeals to all militants to return to normal life.
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