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In Ukraine, Divisions Not Necessarily About Languagei
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Al Pessin
June 18, 2014 7:24 PM
From the outside, the crisis in Ukraine appears to be drawn along ethnic and linguistic lines - between Russian-speakers who identify with Russia and Ukrainian-speakers who identify with Ukraine. But during a recent visit, VOA’s Al Pessin found out it’s not so simple.

In Ukraine, Divisions Not Necessarily About Language

Al Pessin

Published June 18, 2014

From the outside, the crisis in Ukraine appears to be drawn along ethnic and linguistic lines - between Russian-speakers who identify with Russia and Ukrainian-speakers who identify with Ukraine. But during a recent visit, VOA’s Al Pessin found out it’s not so simple.


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