Ukrainian students in Japan accused of robbery – Mainichi
Head of the Japanese language school Nippon Academy Masumi Shimizu accused Ukrainian students in a robbery and called “aristocratic refugees” for refusing to pay for courses.
Several students from Ukraine objected to the tuition fees, as they said they were promised some free period, for which they then demanded money.
“In response to a February press conference, Shimizu called the students ‘refugee aristocrats’ and ‘robbers’,” writes a local publication. Mainichi.
After the incident, according to the authors of the material, several Ukrainians said they had received emotional trauma and demanded that prefectural officials investigate.