In occupied parts of Kherson oblast, Russians are tracking down children who attend Ukrainian online schools – Yanushevych
In the temporarily occupied parts of Kherson region, the invaders are breaking down the doors of private homes to search children's gadgets and see if they attend Ukrainian online schools.
Head of the Kherson RMA Yaroslav Yanushevych reported this in his official Telegram channel.
"Today we learned that in the temporarily occupied Myrne territorial hromada, Kherson oblast, Russian invaders have been breaking into the homes of families with school-age children," the message reads.
According to him, the occupiers were breaking closed gates and apartment doors. After that, they would search the children's gadgets to see if they attended Ukrainian online schools.
"Our enemies are once again cynically intimidating civilians and violating children's rights!" stressed Yanushevych.
As IMI reported, investigators seized about 700 Russian textbooks from a secondary school in de-occupied Borova village in Kharkiv oblast. Namely, textbooks for grades 1 to 11, produced in the Russian Federation.
The law enforcers opened a case under Part 3 of Art. 111-1 of the Criminal Code (actions of Ukrainian citizens aimed at implementing the aggressor state's education standards in educational institutions). The sanction includes community service for up to two years, arrest for up to six months, or imprisonment for up to three years.
Ukrainian Education and Science Minister Serhiy Shkarlet said that the Ukrainian authorities knows the names of nearly all teachers who chose to work for the occupiers.
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