In Bukovina, teenagers quietly dug trenches so that our defenders could train there
Ukrainian defenders/JFO headquarters
Teens in Bukovina decided to help the Ukrainian defenders. They dug trenches so that the military could train there.
The incident occurred in one of the villages of Novoselichchyna. This was told by Anna Vakarchuk, editor of the Slovo Pravda newspaper.
Parents of 5 teenage friends noticed that the children started running together at lunchtime. They were not at home until the very evening, and upon their return they said that they played football. However, no one saw them at the stadium.
Subsequently, one of the dads noticed that several sheets of metal profiles had disappeared and the guys had to explain where they used it.
The teenagers took their parents to a forest plantation next to one important route. It turned out that the guys 11-13 years old dug trenches there and covered them with a profile. From above, they camouflaged everything with grass and bushes.
We wanted to be helpful too! This is to help our soldiers in case they need them for training. The enemy will not pass here! But let's not waste time on that either, – the guys explained.
It turned out what to do trenches – they looked on the Internet. And they didn’t tell their parents because they were afraid of punishment. However, their fears were useless, now they are the pride of the village.