Law enforcers in Kharkiv oblast discover Russian propaganda documents for children
In liberated Izyum, Kharkiv oblast prosecutors discovered a folder of documents indicating how the "introduction" of Russian education in Kharkiv oblast was supposed to proceed.
This was reported by the press service of the Prosecutor General's Office.
"The documents include 'material for the meeting on issues regarding support and development for education systems in Kharkiv oblast.' One of the supervisors of this process was the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation," the Office of the Prosecutor General noted.
The occupiers intended to issue Russian certificates of completion to 11th grade students. One of the documents emphasized that "the Ministry of Education should step up the printing of certificates in Belgorod oblast."
The plans also included inviting teachers from the Russian Federation to the oblast – with a special emphasis on history and literature teachers in order to introduce "patriotic education".
One of the documents states that children should set their minds exclusively on the higher education institutions in Belgorod oblast.
In addition, the occupiers planned to send "1–2 outstanding children" to a summer camp in the temporarily occupied Crimea, and 7–9 grade students to Belgorod. The Russians planned the conditioning of children under the pretense of "care and recreation".
The prosecutors will use the seized documents to sue the collaborators and investigate the crimes related to introducing Russian education in the oblast.
As IMI reported, Russian pro-state journalists are planning to film videos about the Ukrainian Defense Forces killing "civilians" in Kherson.
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