In Lithuania, a textbook on the Russian language was withdrawn from the school curriculum, where children were invited to the occupied Crimea

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Russian language textbook, where children were invited to the occupied Crimea, was withdrawn from the school curriculum in Lithuania

Schools were sent information that this textbook cannot be used.

In Lithuania, a Russian language textbook was withdrawn from the school curriculum, where children were invited to the Russian Federation and the occupied Crimea.

This was announced by the Minister of Science and Education of Lithuania, Jurgita Syugzhdinene, writes Delfi.

“Texts glorifying Russia against the backdrop of the war are absolutely unacceptable,” said Syugzhdinene.

It is worth noting that earlier the media reported that students of grades 6-12 of Lithuanian schools studying Russian were invited in textbooks to visit the Russian Federation and the occupied Crimea. In addition, textbooks present Russia as an “attractive democratic state.”

“We specifically agreed that the publishers will review all textbooks within two weeks so that situations like the one with the Russian language textbook do not happen again. The Russian language textbook has been withdrawn from the list of school allowances, it is not in any system,” Shyugzhdinene emphasized.

Recall that there was a scandal at the language school in Dnipro strong>-parents were offended by the texts, according to to which their children are taught English. In one of the test tasks at school in English, it was said that the native language of Ukrainians is Russian. When the parents told this to the teachers, they answered that the author's technique was written many years ago in Russian and they cannot remake it.

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