"My departure was stormy. It was all planned but the Digos, on the same day of departure, was under the house and took me. They kept me for two, three hours at the police station to ask me for information on all this matter here. I hurried to get home, took my backpack and left as soon as possible ".
The 19-year-old Genoese student enlisted with the Ukrainian resistance and investigated by the Genoa prosecutor's office because he was considered a mercenary tells ANSA.
"I didn't come here for money - continues Ivan - I don't even have 400 euros in my pocket. I took a one-way ticket and reached Krakow. I stayed there for two days, I reached the border with Ukraine and from there my mother learned I called her, my tears were running down, she started crying, my father too, they started begging to go home. But I made my choice to come here. The story is a little bit. complex ".
"I trained for a month and a half and now I'm at the front fighting. CasaPound has nothing to do with it and I didn't do it because Putin wanted to denazify the Donbass. I risk seven years because I fight alongside the Ukrainians ".