Volodymyr Demchenko, who defends Ukraine in the ranks of the Armed Forces, shared his vision of the mood in the rear and the situation at the front.

He wrote a very emotional post about it on the Facebook social network.

"Two days have passed.

Orlivka has been captured, Lastochkina is the Russian rear, eternal Tonenka is gray.

There will be more," the soldier writes.

Volodymyr also emphasizes that the adoption of the law on mobilization is extremely important, because without it "a catastrophe awaits us, the scale of which can be limited only by the remnants of the Armed Forces, for which they are already carrying 3 million Sino-Korean shells."

A very painful topic is the opposition of civilians to the military.

"More and more often I hear "You" when it comes to war and the armed forces: victory to you!

But you are in the army... in general, the experience of being in a civilian environment turns out to be extremely traumatic for me," the soldier shared.

In his opinion, you can talk a lot about the latest technologies and super-weapons, but without the army, without those people who can hold those weapons in their hands, nothing will happen.

"Without the army, gentlemen, we are finished.

And the army is all of us, there is also such a pronoun... Looking around I do not leave the feeling that it is all some kind of phantasmagoria.

It's as if a hungry lion in the room with us is digesting its previous victim, already glancing at others who are drinking tea at this time, looking away and hoping that the lion will not eat them next", - Volodymyr Demchenko very emotionally describes his feelings.

The military also urged "not to get nervous with stories about injustice", because those who were not at the front simply cannot imagine the war as it is.

"But if some soldier wanted to tell you about injustice, you would turn gray overnight from those stories.

The difference is that some are looking for a reason to give up the fight, while others are looking for a reason to fight despite it all," writes Volodymyr.