Occupiers take Luhansk Oblast children to Tatarstan

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50 11th grade graduates from Lysychansk sent to the Russian Federation
21:00, 02.02.2023

50 11th grade graduates from the temporarily occupied territory of Luhansk Region were taken out to prepare for and take the Unified State Examination.

The Centre for National Resistance (CNR) reported:

All of them were taken to Yelabuga (Republic of Tatarstan). In the future, they are promised free education in higher education institutions in the Russian Federation. The aim of all these measures is to assimilate young people and, therefore, we are again talking about ethnocide of Ukrainians and destruction of self-identity.

At the same time, the CNS said that such an example demonstrates that Russians themselves do not believe that the temporarily occupied territories are the Russian Federation and, therefore, it is necessary to take state exams in Russia.

The CNS also said that Russians in the temporarily occupied territories continue to look for children studying in Ukrainian online schools:

In particular, in Berdyansk, teachers of the so-called Russian schools conducted a check of phones to detect the relevant application. Also conversations are held with children to find out information. In case the fact of learning is revealed, parents are called in for preventive conversations, where they are threatened.

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Oleg Kotov

Oleg Kotov writes about the war in Ukraine and how it is changing the world.