Students of Moscow universities: Polytechnic University, RSSU, Moscow State Pedagogical University - are campaigning to go to a concert in honor of the "referendums" in the occupied territories of Ukraine, which ended the day before, DOXA and Mediazona report . Thus, students of the Polytechnic University are promised a subscription to Yandex.Plus for three months in return.
The concert will take place on Red Square on September 30 at 18:00.
“For participation, they are offered a subscription to Yandex until the end of the year. A screenshot of the message with a call to go to the concert is at the disposal of the editors, ”writes DOXA, citing a reader.
RSSU students are also gathered for the same concert, Mediazona writes with reference to a university student. Students need to collect a list of everyone who will be at the event, come to Red Square two hours before the start and “register and form the RSSU column”. For this, they are promised to be released from the class and they are told that they will put "a test in a difficult subject."
“Guys, it is necessary to support the country and join the RSSU column. Participation in the rally is equivalent to passing a test in a difficult subject)))”, Marina Pereverzeva, a teacher of musical and theoretical disciplines, told the students.
Students of the Moscow State Pedagogical University are also invited there. They collect a "delegation" from the university.
Earlier, RUDN University students were campaigning to come to the concert, DOXA wrote . The invitation was sent out by the administration. Students are promised to be released from couples.
"Referendums" in the occupied territories of Ukraine: in Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions - were held on September 23-27. Residents said that votes were collected with machine guns. According to the pro-Russian authorities, in the "DNR" 99.23% of the inhabitants allegedly voted for joining Russia, in the "LNR" - 98.42%, in the Zaporozhye region - 93.1%, in the Kherson region - 87%. Kazakhstan , Serbia and Turkey decided not to recognize these totals. Great Britain even imposed sanctions against the organizers of the "referenda".