Poroshenko: Ukraine has been liberated from 'cultural occupation'

The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko stated that the country has been liberated from “cultural occupation.” According to him, since 2014, when “separatism” started in the southeast of Ukraine, the Ukrainian language strengthened more than ever.”

“For the last five years, the Ukrainian language, songs, books, films, have taken a reliable position in the space around us, the President said. The same thing, he noted, happened “in the hearts of all Ukrainians.”

Poroshenko concluded that Ukraine had put an end to years of humiliation in the language field. The head of state added that this process went without violating the rights of the other language groups, writes Interfax.

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