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watch “I don’t believe in [the ceasefire]. But even if during our lifetime there is not success I wish that the next generations can do it. That’s why I would like to be a role model for them.”

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http://www.upowa.org/info/fluconazole-for-dogs-online-without-prescription.html What is your experience and feeling of being a soldier?

First, I felt really tired but later on I found happiness in being with my friends among the soldiers. I consoled myself that I can do like other soldiers and former soldiers who had to face more hardship than me. I try to do the best since I made the decision to become a soldier.

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Can you tell the most memorable as being a soldier?

I faced hardship when l was in the soldier training, but I will always remember learning together with my friends during this difficult time.

 

What is your aim and what do you want to do in future?

I would like to be many things but I just focus on serving as a soldier. My aim is to serve as a soldier as long as I can.

 

Are you still a soldier now that there is a ceasefire?

Yes, I am. Now I am getting trained to be a military officer.

 

[…] What do you thing about the ceasefire agreement? What do you hope in the future?

I don’t believe in it. But even if during our lifetime there is not success I wish that the next generations can do it. That’s why I would like to be a role model for them.

 

 

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