Russian appointees will teach children in temporarily occupied territories to assemble drones
Russian-appointed authorities plan to introduce a module in schools temporarily under their occupation to study drone technology, design features and assembly, for military purposes
The Center for National Resistance reported the information.
According to the Center, children will learn how to assemble drones during labor lessons.
Schoolchildren will also be encouraged to pursue further studies in technical specialties and work at military plants.
"The Kremlin considers the operating of UAVs as one of the key skills in preparing for military service. The Russians intend to attract as many young people as possible to their military and facilities of the military-industrial complex," the report said.
The National Resistance Center emphasizes that this is another violation of international law by the Invading Russian army and the use of civilians for military purposes.