In Tokmak, a temporarily occupied city in the Zaporizhzhia region, the occupation administration forces schoolchildren to write letters to the enemy.
For example, all schools should be obliged to play the national anthem of the Russian Federation before classes, and to hold an “hour about important things”, where Russian propagandists impose the Kremlin’s interpretation of the war on children. Attending such hours is mandatory.
Also, visiting teachers force children to write letters of support to Russian soldiers. In case of refusal, “preventive conversations” are held with the children’s parents. All letters are checked by brought teachers who dictate what the child should write.
Note that Russia is pursuing a policy of genocide in the temporarily occupied lands, trying to destroy the self-identity of children, and therefore a whole generation of Ukrainians.