After almost six months of waiting, former Swedish deputy Caroline Nordengrip managed to join the Ukrainian army.
The 43-year-old woman, a member of the right-wing Swedish Democrats, who had been training with the army in Kiev for some time, received permission to enlist in the war against Russia.
“Now, after three days of bureaucracy, I was allowed to enlist in the regular army, it took a lot of stamps. Fingerprints, photos, doctors, psychologists, at least 30 signatures,” wrote Nordengrip on her Instagram profile, where she told the story of the journey she took to join the Ukrainian army.
The former parliamentarian, who published the official documentation thanks to which he can be sent to the battlefield, will serve the Ukrainian armed forces in the ranks of the International Legion.
Nordengrip has been training with the armed forces since November. On Instagram, he shared many photos of the training, accompanied by phrases of admiration for the fighters from Kiev who “resist 24 hours a day, in all conditions, cold or hot, the Russian attack.”
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