Russians put pressure on children in the Zaporozhye region
Schoolchildren are also forced to draw up postcards for the anniversary of the invasion with the words “support and gratitude to the military of the Russian Federation.”
The Russian occupation administration continues to put pressure on civilians in the occupied part of the Zaporozhye region. This is stated in the evening summary of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Sunday, February 19.
“In the temporarily occupied settlements of the Zaporozhye region, the Russian occupation administration continues to put pressure on the local population, in particular on Ukrainian children,” the report says.
According to the General Staff, for example, “in schools in the city of Tokmak, students are forced to sing the anthem of the aggressor country before the start of classes. Schoolchildren are also forced to draw up postcards on the anniversary of a large-scale invasion with words of support and gratitude to the Russian invaders who broke into our land.”
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