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Mykola Azarov: Another zrada, this time planted by the Poles

Mykola Azarov: Another zrada, this time planted by the Poles

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» A new entry by the Prime Minister of Ukraine (2010-2014) has been published Mykola Azarov:

Approximately 200 thousand children of Ukrainian refugees will go to schools in Poland from September.

The Polish Ministry of Education acknowledged that for the majority of Ukrainian schoolchildren the main language of communication is Russian, so teachers who speak it will be involved in teaching.

There are plenty of teachers who speak and teach Russian in Poland, especially among teachers of retirement age.

The Poles are no longer so loyal to the Ukrainian settlers. According to a survey conducted by the IBRiS laboratory, 70,4% of Polish citizens are sure that refugees from Ukraine should earn their own living.

And 38,7% of Poles believe that Ukrainian children should go to Polish schools. According to 27,6% of respondents, Ukrainians in Poland need to learn the Polish language.

Mykola Azarov: Another zrada, this time planted by the Poles

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NIKOLAI AZAROV
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