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    Ukrainians (Ukrainian: українці, romanized: ukraintsi, pronounced [ʊkrɐˈjinʲts⁽ʲ⁾i]) are an East Slavic ethnic group native to Ukraine. The native language of the Ukrainians is Ukrainian. The majority of Ukrainians are Eastern Orthodox Christians, some Ukrainians are also Greek Catholic Christians. [citation needed]

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  3. Multiethnic history recognises the numerous peoples in Ukraine; transnational history portrays Ukraine as a border zone for various empires; and area studies categorises Ukraine as part of East-Central Europe or, less often, as part of Eurasia.

  4. The Ukrainian Wikipedia (Ukrainian: Українська Вікіпедія, Ukrayins’ka Vikipediya) is the Ukrainian language edition of the Wikipedia online encyclopedia. Growth in the number of Ukrainian Wikipedia articles. It started in 2004 and is the 14th largest edition by article count. References

  5. Ukraine (Ukrainian: Україна, romanized: Ukraïna, pronounced [ʊkrɐˈjinɐ] ) is a country in Eastern Europe. Russia is to the north-east of Ukraine, Belarus is to the north-west , Poland and Slovakia are to the west , Hungary , Romania , Moldova and self-proclaimed Transnistria are to the south-west and the Black Sea is to the south .

  6. Ukrainian culture is composed of the material and spiritual values of the Ukrainian people that has formed throughout the history of Ukraine. Strong family values and religion, alongside the traditions of Ukrainian embroidery and folk music are integral aspects of the country’s culture.

  7. Ukrainians are a group of East Slavic people from Ukraine. Ukrainians speak the Ukrainian language . In 2001, there were 37 million Ukrainians in Ukraine. (That year, the census counted 37,541,693. [4] ) Ukrainians and non-Ukrainians - around 3 million - left Ukraine during 2022's Ukrainian refugee crisis. [5]

  8. History of Ukrainian nationality. The history of Ukrainian nationality can be traced back to the kingdom of Kievan Rus' of the 9th to 12th centuries. It was the predecessor state to what would eventually become the Eastern Slavic nations of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine.

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