Russian language in Ukraine

Russian spreads like wildfires in dry Ukrainian forest by Kyiv Post Staff Relying on a 2011 survey by Kyiv-based Razumkov think tank, the above map shows which parts of Ukraine could adopt Russian as a “regional” language and designates which parts of the country have already done so. © kyivpost The Russian language is swiftly gaining official status as a “regional” language...
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Ten Things Never to Say or Do in Russia or Ukraine

Ten Things Never to Say or Do in Russia Sometimes, knowing what NOT to do is even more important if you want to fit in or at least produce a good impression. Read on to find out about ten Russian social taboos. Don’t come to visit empty-handed If you’re invited over for dinner, or just for a visit, don’t come to a Russian house with nothing. What you bring doesn’t really matter...
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Independence Day in Odessa

Odessa celebrated Ukraine’s Independence Day On August 24, Ukraine’s Independence Day was celebrated in Odessa. PICTURE STORY. On August 23 and 24, “Embroidery Festival” dedicated to the 19th anniversary of Ukraine’s Independence was taking place at Odessa’s Primorskiy Boulevard. On August 23, “Blue-and-yellow Ukraine” Photo Exhibition and folk masters fair were held at Primorskiy...
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Odessa Day 2.09.2012 Programme

Odessa to celebrate its 218th Birthday on a grand scale Great festive program is dated to Odessa’s 218th Birthday on September 2. It includes rock fest, art exhibitions, music concerts, Polish movies festival, gala concert, grand firework etc. CELEBRATION PROGRAM On September 2, 2012, Odessa City is celebrating her 218th Birthday Great festive program is dated for Odessa’s Birthday. It includes...
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A lesson of Russian: photos

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Studying Russian at MacMillans: photos

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