In the cities of Kherson, Zaporizhia and Mariupol, which Russia seized in Ukraine, the Russian education system is being adopted.
Russian Education Minister Sergey Kravtsov visited the captured city of Melitopol in the Zaporozhye Region of Ukraine today and made valuable statements.
UKRAINIAN ELECTIVE COURSE
Kravtsov said that in the cities captured by Russia in Ukraine, students will be educated according to the Russian education curriculum, but Ukrainian students can receive education in Ukrainian as an elective, “No one forbids the Ukrainian language.
Ukrainian remains the main language. Reasonable hours will be determined for children who want to study in Ukrainian. We’ve said it over and over before. There are many common languages in the midst of fraternal peoples. Our roots are one-to-one. Ukrainian language is a very strong language. Therefore, it cannot be forbidden by any means.”
Stating that students who continue their education in the captured cities will receive a Russian diploma, Kravtsov said, “The diplomas of the Russian state will be given in schools and colleges in the liberated regions.”
Russian television and radio stations were established by the Russian army in the cities that Russia had previously captured in Ukraine.
Within the framework of integration with Russian systems in the captured cities, it was announced that preparations in education, health and social areas would continue throughout the summer period.