The Russian military historical society can open branch offices in every Russian school, said appointed on Thursday the Chairman of the Council on information policy of RVIA, the General Director of MIA "Russia today" Dmitry Kiselev.
"With the launch of RVIA becomes clear, because this is vast field - it seems to me that His cells can be done in every school, And this will not require any budget expenditure. As previously massively collected waste paper, the children have the opportunity to collect the military history of their district, their region - it would be much more useful, And could develop into a movement ", he said.
Kiselev said that in Russia often underestimated children's interest in history, as well as the need to introduce a common standard of training in secondary educational institutions, which the journalist cited the comparison To " rules of healthy eating ".
"The correct report history is important As healthy food. And If a single standard of good nutrition in a school setting, i.e., of a similar standard of learning history, And it's wrong. If so continue, then the history will be overwritten by interested forces, " he said.
as an example of the irresponsible attitude to history And its unfair interpretation Kiselev led reforms implemented in Ukraine in 2004-2005 in the period of presidency of Viktor Yushchenko.
"It was worth to rewrite the history books, And it has been 10 years since the country became another. Many of those who came out to the Maidan in 2005 was presumably 12 years - the Outlook at that time changes very quickly ", - noted he.
Rvio was founded in 2012. Its chair is the head of the Ministry of culture of Russia Vladimir Medinsky.