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Language and Identity in Ukraine

June 18, 2012 - Example Author - New Eastern Europe newsletter

Now Online – a report by Polish journalist Tomasz Kułakowski looks at the issue of language in Ukraine through the eyes of three young Ukrainians who moved to Lviv.

Language and Identity in Ukraine

By: Tomasz Kułakowski

Although speaking English is accepted in Dnipropetrovsk, speaking Ukrainian rather than Russian is not. Lviv, however, is a mecca for Ukrainian speakers and a place in which Ukraine's official language is cultivated and spoken. The lives of three young Ukrainians in search of their linguistic roots illustrate the struggle between the use of Russian and Ukrainian in Ukraine.

To read the full article:  https://www.neweasterneurope.eu/node/355


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