Ukrainian language to be banned in Mariupol even during school breaks 


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In Mariupol, which is temporarily occupied by russian troops, «school management” is forbidding students to speak Ukrainian even during breaks, advisor to the mayor of Mariupol Petro Andriushchenko said on his Telegram channel.   

«The management of schools is forbidding teenagers who studied in Ukrainian-language schools to speak Ukrainian even during breaks», he wrote. 


School directors collaborating with the russians are openly threatening «consequences for children and parents” for communicating in Ukrainian.  


«DenaZification at all levels in the best examples of the USSR», — Andriushchenko added. 


As reported, the occupiers plan to launch a propaganda TV channel in Mariupol. The invaders also removed all the books from a library in the city “for storage.”


Photo: t.me/mariupolrada