You should do whatever you feel is right for you. Just to nit-pick a few more irrelevant facts, I didn't say that you asserted anything about me, though someone else has in this thread. Your assertions were about "others" (Ukrainians) and what they were doing with regard to "outlawing" the Russian language or enforcing those laws. Also, I've drawn zero conclusions about you and stated none. I simply took a different point of view on a topic, offered a different perspective, and corrected some misinformation.I've never asserted anything about you, while you draw wrong conclusions about me or nit-pick irrelevant facts. Grow up man, I'm back to photography which is the main purpose of this forum (fortunately) but my discussion with you on this topic ends here (for me)
And as you appear to me to have a serious interest in the topic; I'll leave a link to an academic and fairly balanced discussion of the law's background; its educational, psychological, and cultural aspects; the implementation roadmap for teachers, students, and schools; and some thoughtful commentary and insightful recommendations from the author of the report. As an academic paper, it is filled with numerous links to citations and references, but is worth reading on its own merits for anyone that may be interested. The publisher of the paper is the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta.
https://ukrainian-studies.ca/2020/08/01/Ukraine’s Russian-language secondary schools switch to Ukrainian-language instruction: A challenge
I enjoyed the discussion; a bit more than you did, it appears. I wish you well.