Russian forces don't allow schoolchildren's parents to attend lineup, Russian Guard patrols near schools
In the occupied Crimea, invading Russian forces didn't allow parents of schoolchildren to attend the lineups for 'security reasons,' and educational institutions were patrolled by police and Russian Guard
This is reported by CrimeaSOS.
Only students of the 1st and 11th grades took part in the lines. The rest of the classes have a so-called class hour at this time, namely the lesson ‘Talking about Important Things’.
"During such 'lessons', schoolchildren are taught 'patriotic education, forming an idea of the cultural and historical unity of the Russian people and the importance of preserving them'. As you know, there is no talk of Russia's war against Ukraine in such classes," the statement says.
Only parents of first-graders were allowed to participate in the school lineup. The invading forces explained that the restrictions were imposed 'for security reasons'.
In addition, the territories of Crimean schools were patrolled by police and Russian Guard officers. According to available information, this scenario of the school lineup was implemented in most schools. This may indicate the receipt of unofficial instructions from the occupation administration.
High school students who are in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories and don't have a Russian passport were not allowed to attend school.