Russians destroy books in Ukrainian in the occupied part of Kharkiv region
The Russian military ordered workers of libraries in the occupied part of the Kharkiv region to make a register of all Ukrainian books published after 1991 and then destroy them, Borova Village Council reported.
“Reportedly, school libraries of the neighboring Kupiansk district have already received an order from the occupying administration to compile a register of all the books published after 1991 that they have in their possession and to dispose of them,” state the local authorities.
The Russian invaders are also planning to introduce their own educational programs in the new academic year, for which they promise to bring textbooks from the schools of Krasnodar Krai in Russia.
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