On October 27, in the village of Hlushkivka, Kupiansk district, law enforcement officers seized Russian textbooks, orders dated from the period of occupation, and a Russian flag from the director’s office in the lyceum. In addition, a number of propaganda posters depicting Russian writers of different times were found. Propaganda of the Russian Federation among Russian figures also “credited” the Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko. On the Russian-language poster is a portrait of Ukrainian Kobzar with the inscription “He kept a diary in Russian.”

Source: Kharkiv Prosecutor’s Office