Aliyev received a subpoena. He called the military commissariat clowns and advised to do something useful for Ukraine

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The famous Dynamo player shared his emotions with his Instagram followers

Oleksandr Aliyev, a former footballer of Dynamo Kyiv, said that for the second time since the start of Russia's full-scale invasion, he received a subpoena to report to the Territorial Centre for Manning and Social Support. The former athlete, who signed up for the Territorial Defence of Kyiv in Obolon since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion, posted an emotional video on his Instagram.

In the video, Aliyev is outraged by the actions of the military enlistment office, wondering "what kind of woodpeckers are sitting in Obolon". The video contains profanity!

"They just need to show their work and print it... I have been in the army since the first days of the war. Doesn't the f***ing war still teach you anything, f***? Do you just want to f**king lie, or just show what you've printed and send it to everyone? Clowns, do at least something useful for the country if you are afraid to go to war," Oleksandr said.

As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, 37-year-old Aliyev refused to switch to Ukrainian despite Russia's invasion of our country. The former national team player and native of Khabarovsk noted that he had always spoken Russian and expressed hope for understanding.


Earlier, Aliyev admitted that he had received many threats from Russians after he joined the Territorial Defence.


Oleksandr also said that it is very difficult for him to talk to his parents about the war. Russian television completely distorts the truth about what is happening in Ukraine, zombifying the country's citizens. Sasha's parents still live in Kursk.


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