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The problem is not that in Odesa, for example, you hear more Russian on the streets than Ukrainian, but that the share of Ukrainian-language magazines is five times less than the share of people who speak Ukrainian at home, where they can choose their own language – and so the media market is essentially depriving them of a choice.

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