Why and how we must support the Ukrainian language



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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