Russia will indoctrinate students with the official version of the Ukrainian-Russian war view.

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(Associated Press)

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Since Russia launched its invasion of Ukraine in February last year, it has always described the war as "special military operations".

Now the government wants to instill this interpretation in students, teaching the official history of "special military operations" in a forthcoming new history textbook for high school students.

"CNBC" quoted "Interfax" (Interfax) as reporting that the new version of history textbooks will explain military operations in Ukraine from a Russian perspective, including entering "Russia's Donetsk, Lugansk People's Republic and Zaporozhye and Herzhye Kelson." The four regions held a referendum last September to join the Russian Federation, but are not recognized by the vast majority of countries internationally.

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Russian Education Minister Sergei Kravtsov said on Monday local time that the new textbooks will be ready in March and are expected to be released in the new school year.

The report pointed out that in order to teach the official interpretation of the Ukrainian-Russian War to students, the authorities produced new versions of history textbooks at a very fast pace.

Segel mentioned in December last year that a team will be organized to compile a new version of the textbook in order to unify the history of Russia and the world in the textbook.