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Defence Intelligence: The occupiers demand that Kherson schools adopt Russian educational programmes

08 Jun, 2022
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Defence Intelligence: The occupiers demand that Kherson schools adopt Russian educational programmes

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The occupation administration of Kherson held a meeting of principals of local schools, which demanded that the educational process of Russian educational programs begin on September 1. Of the approximately 60 school principals present, only two accepted the proposal. Accordingly, they were instructed to hold a meeting of their pedagogical teams and force their subordinates to re-register under Russian law by concluding agreements with the occupation administration.

A similar meeting was held with employees of the Kherson Directorate of Railway Transportation of Ukrzaliznytsia. Representatives of the occupation administration said that the money would be paid only to those workers who would cooperate. At the same time, the amount of payments will be twice less than the current salaries of Ukrzaliznytsia.

The occupation administration of Kherson does not have sufficient financial resources to ensure the city's livelihood under occupation. In addition, the receipt of these financial resources is not planned in the near future.

Also the enemy continues to sell sim cards of Russian mobile operators, and there is currently a significant shortage of cards in the mobile market. When selling sim cards, sellers take photos of the first and second pages of the passports of Ukrainian citizens.

For full control of telecommunication services, the occupiers are completing the connection of the networks of the occupied part of the Kherson region and the Russian Federation (through the TOT of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea). Access to some Ukrainian Internet sites and online banking services is blocked. The telecommunication equipment of Ukrainian operators Kyivstar and Vodafone is set to work via Russia.


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