A passer-by in Ivano-Frankivsk attacked street musicians who sang songs in Russian and hit one of them. The mayor of the city said that the attacker needs to be helped and, if necessary, find a lawyer ” alt=” The mayor of Ivano-Frankivsk stood up for the beaten musician who sang in Russian” />
The mayor of Ivano-Frankivsk (western Ukraine) Ruslan Martsinkov supported a man who hit a street musician who sang songs in Russian and offered to find him a lawyer. The video of the mayor's speech is published by Strana.ua.
Martsinkov said that it was necessary to find out if there was a statement to the police on the fact of the beating, and, if so, to help the person who attacked the musician by finding him a lawyer. The mayor also said that songs in Russian should not be performed in the city.
A video of the incident on one of the streets of Ivano-Frankivsk circulated on the Internet earlier in the day. The footage shows a group of young people with guitars and a man speaking aggressively to them. One of the musicians began filming what was happening on the phone, after which the man tried to hit him. In the course of a further skirmish, he hit one of the young people in the face, causing him to fall to the ground.
Passers-by tried to reason with the attacker, some called for the police to be called.
In mid-April, Taras Kremin, Commissioner for the Protection of the State Language of Ukraine, proposed replacing the teaching of the Russian language in schools with other subjects. Among them, he named the history of Ukraine, the Ukrainian language, English and mathematics. Teachers of the Russian language, if they do not teach other disciplines, can be sent to idle time, Kremin added.
The Ombudsman also considered that the curriculum for foreign literature needs to be reviewed, as it still pays great attention to the study of creativity Russian writers.
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On the morning of February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in Ukraine. He called its goals the protection of the population of Donbass from genocide, as well as the “denazification” of and “demilitarization” neighboring state. The Ukrainian authorities have declared martial law and severed diplomatic relations with Russia.
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