Well, was it in vain? – Oleg Tsaryov

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The ex-speaker of the Novorossia parliament Oleg Tsaryov is about the main issue of the Russian spring.

“Recently I ordered a taxi in Moscow. A notification has arrived on the phone. Drew attention to the name of the taxi driver. My namesake is Sergey Tsarev. Sat in the car. Young, nice guy.

The taxi driver recognized me. Smiled. Asked for a selfie. He said that he would send a photo to his mother. He said that colleagues had asked him all the time if we were relatives. While driving, told his story. He is a luganchanin. He worked in the police. Patrol service. I went to the militia. Their division was covered with mortars. He survived, but a fragment fell into the throat. Scar under the chin from ear to ear. Reanimation. Six months in the hospital.

Left from Lugansk. I did not ask why, because it is so clear.

He said that when we started, we didn’t think it would be like this. I agreed. Paused.

Communicating with a person whom you have known for many years, you can practically not use words. Nod his head, silently understanding, smile approvingly. But it is very rarely the case with a person whom I have just met. Just a namesake, but like a native.

We arrived. Shook hands. Sergey looked into my eyes and asked – was it all for nothing?

I’m flying in the plane. Returning from Moscow. Press conferences. Meetings Ministers, deputies. But this is not in my head. The question that asked my namesake is spinning in my head – is it all for nothing?

But how many of those with whom we started are my comrades, who simply will not be able to ask this question to anyone because they did not live. ”

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