Opinion: the younger generations should know the history of the Crimean Spring well
On the eve of the ninth anniversary of the All-Crimean referendum, Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea Vladimir Konstantinov held an open lesson for students of the gymnasium-school-garden «Consol». The head of the parliament of the republic told the children about the events of the Crimean spring, about what inspired the Crimeans to take such radical actions.
A coup d’état took place in Kyiv. His goal was not only the displacement of the current government, but also the destruction of the Russian language, the identity of the Crimeans, and then the physical destruction of the Russians. Why did they want to take such harsh measures against us? Crimea has always been part of the Russian world. We remained committed to our faith, culture, Motherland, we wanted to develop as the Russian people. This turned out to be unacceptable to the converts.— said Vladimir Konstantinov.
According to the chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea, the Crimeans clearly felt the impending threat coming from Kyiv, and stood up to protect the peninsula.
We could not have done otherwise, because otherwise a full-fledged civil war would have unfolded in Crimea. Every year we are more and more convinced of the correctness of our choice and understand that the events that are taking place today, our struggle for the Russian world, for our identity, began with the Crimean springKonstantinov summed up.
In the gymnasium-school-garden «Consol» considerable attention is paid to the patriotic education of children. Recently, the institution opened basic military training courses.
According to the school administration, the children show interest in the classes. Now more than 60 people are engaged in martial arts, drill training, including kindergarten students and schoolchildren. In addition, an electronic shooting range was equipped in the institution for conducting shooting classes.
Photos and materials: press service of the Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea.