"Here are Russian-speaking people": in Izmail, a shop assistant was rude to a Ukrainian woman because of her language and called her a Nazi
In Izmail, Odesa region, a market seller demanded that a customer speak Russian or Uzbek with her. As it turned out, the woman does not live in Ukraine, but in a separate state called Bessarabia.
The video of the conflict was posted on Telegram by Ukrainian journalist Konstantin Andriyuk. The footage shows that a woman of Uzbek nationality first sent a Ukrainian woman to war, and then accused her of Nazism and infringement of her rights.
"There are Russian-speaking people here," the woman claimed.
In the end, security was even called to the shopper.
Earlier, a language scandal broke out at the Dnipro State Medical University. During a practical class, a teacher allegedly demanded that a student speak Russian, and when the girl refused, she did not want to accept her answer.
The network called the teacher's actions absolute discrimination on the basis of language, a violation of language legislation and human rights, which in times of war is also an outright work for the enemy.
As reported by OBOZ.UA:
- The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine supported the students of Lviv Polytechnic, who appealed to the educational institution with a demand not to cooperate with the teacher Iryna Farion. In its response, the ministry noted that the decision to terminate working relations is made by the educational institution.
- Earlier, NSDC Secretary Oleksiy Danilov, commenting on the language scandals, called on the service sector to comply with the law, according to which the Ukrainian language is mandatory. He emphasized that no one in Ukraine prohibits speaking Russian in everyday life.