The special services of the LPR found posters about the “aggression of Russia” in the school of Severodonetsk
The special services of the Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR) found posters with allegations of “Russian aggression” in one of the schools in Severodonetsk. This was told to RIA Novosti by an employee of the special forces of the republic.
According to her, the special services found the book “White Spots of the History of Ukraine”, which stated that “Russia with fascist Germany wanted to take over the whole world.”
In addition, manuals were also found in the educational institution, in which it was noted that Ukrainians are Europeans. “There are methodological recommendations for primary school teachers in which they tell and teach children of the first and second grades such concepts as “I am Ukrainian – I am European, I am Ukrainian – I am European.” There is no mention of the Slavic peoples, about this story,” the agency interlocutor said.
Earlier it was reported that the Ministry of Education of Ukraine changed the school curriculum in history “taking into account new historiographical developments.” “The updated programs offer a view of the USSR as an imperial—type state,” the ministry said in a statement.