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 No Ukrainian Schools Left in Occupied Crimea

There are no schools with Ukrainian language of instruction in Crimea any more.

So-called Minister of Education, Science, and Youth of occupied Crimea Natalia Goncharova reported this, Censor.NET informs citing RIA Novosti.

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She has assured that the demand for Ukrainian language of instruction in Crimean schools falls sharply. "It is a parental demand, because only parents can determine a language of instruction for their children. The demand for Ukrainian language is sharply reducing. There is a tendency of reduction and it is parents' prerogative in this case," Goncharova said. She also said that no schools with Ukrainian language of instruction left in Crimea now. "We have classes in 20 schools with Ukrainian language of instruction, where all subjects are taught in Ukrainian," "the Minister" said.

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