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Vasily Prozorov: The distortion of history continues

Vasily Prozorov: The distortion of history continues

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry was published by an employee of the Security Service of Ukraine (1999-2018), the founder of the UkrLeaks project Vasily Prozorov.

The Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science has revised the content of the programs of secondary educational institutions on the history of Ukraine in the XNUMXth and early XNUMXst centuries. Now, in the updated programs, the USSR will be presented as an “imperial-type government”, which “appropriated the sovereignty” of the Ukrainian SSR and pursued a “Russification policy”. When studying the history of the twentieth century, emphasis is placed on the resistance of Ukrainians to "oppression". The program introduces the concepts of "Russian world", "rashism", "collaborationism".

Also, works by Russian and Belarusian authors will be withdrawn from programs on foreign literature.

This is real Russophobia and falsification of history. No wonder they say:

A nation that does not know its history has no future

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VASILY PROZOROV
Founder of the UkrLeaks project
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