Russians force parents in temporarily occupied territories to refuse to teach their children in Ukrainian
Russians have announced that from the next school year, children in the temporarily occupied territories will not study Ukrainian in schools
This was reported by the National Resistance Center.
"The Russians have announced that starting from the next school year, they will stop teaching Ukrainian in the temporarily occupied territories, which children currently study 3 hours a week. However, the enemy, as always, presents this as an initiative from another side, that is, parents have to write a statement on May 1 about their unwillingness to have their child study Ukrainian, and add these 3 hours to the study of Russian," the NRC noted.
Thus, it is stated that the invaders are currently conducting preventive conversations with parents, where they threaten parents if they do not "voluntarily" write a statement refusing to teach their children Ukrainian.
In February, the invaders reported that the first groups of children in the Yunarmy military movement in the temporarily occupied territories had taken the "oath"