By Mykola (“Nick”) Voronin, Ukrainian Cyborg, 79th Airmobile Brigade, previously in Donbas Battalion
Edited by Voices of Ukraine
Hello my dear friends.
My name is Nick.
I am an ordinary Ukrainian soldier. I am participating in the war in Eastern Ukraine with separatists. At first I was a participant in the Donbas Battalion, now I serve in the Ukrainian Army. The last [most recent] battle I participated in was the battle at Donetsk Airport. That is why I am being honorarily called a “Cyborg.”
Separatists call us Cyborgs because we managed to stand defending airport buildings 24/7. They were amazed by the way we take the battle. Ordinary soldiers, approximately 200 [of us], against thousands of Russian soldiers which mr. Putin claims got lost and somehow appeared near Donetsk Airport buildings in Ukraine, 300 kilometers from Russian border, well-equipped with guns and armour, etc. & suddenly started to shoot at Ukrainians without any reason. Well we started to shoot back. The field nearby the airport buildings is full of dead Russian bodies; city dogs eat their flesh and no one cares. Especially mr. Putin. What can I say? My friends asked me to write some things in English for English speakers. Here I am. Doing what they asked.
I am ready to write more and answer the questions you ask.
Sorry for mistakes.
To be continued.
Source: Mykola Voronin FB