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2015
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THE CONSTITUTION OF INDEPENDENT UKRAINE. КОНСТИТУЦІЯ НЕЗАЛЕЖНОЇ УКРАЇНИ

THE CONSTITUTION OF INDEPENDENT UKRAINE The Constitution of Ukraine is the main document of our country. It establishes the country’s political system, is the basis for its laws and constitutional rights and duties. It’s considered that the first constitutions were adopted at the end of the 18th century in USA, France and Poland. But long […]

17Тра
2015
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THE STATE STRUCTURE AND NATIONAL SYMBOLS OF UKRAINE. ДЕРЖАВНА СИСТЕМА І НАЦІОНАЛЬНІ СИМВОЛИ УКРАЇНИ

THE STATE STRUCTURE AND NATIONAL SYMBOLS OF UKRAINE Ukraine is a sovereign state with its territory, high and local bodies of state power (the Supreme council and local councils), government, national emblem, state flag and anthem. The form of governing is presidential republic. President is the head of the state. He is also the head […]

17Тра
2015
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UKRAINE. Україна (3)

UKRAINE Ukraine is an independent democratic state. It has its territory, bodies of state power (the Supreme Council and local councils) and government, national emblem, State flag and anthem. The capital of Ukraine is Kyiv. The territory of the country is about 604 000 sq km. The population of Ukraine is about 50 mln people. […]

23Жов
2014
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Kyiv. Київ

Kyiv Kyiv is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine, located in the north central part of the country on the Dnieper River. The name Kyiv is derived from the name of Kiy, one of four legendary founders of the city. By the ancient legend Kyiv was founded by three brothers Kiy, Schek, Khoriv […]

12Жов
2014
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Etiquette in Ukraine

Ukrainians are very hospitable. As their guest, you will receive red-carpet treatment. This includes heavily-laden tables, gifts, and many toasts. These rules of etiquette may be useful: Men in Ukraine will always shake hands when they greet for the first time during the day. However, it is taboo to shake hands with your gloves on. […]

12Жов
2014
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Socializing in Ukraine

When meeting informally, men and women usually wave the hand and give a verbal greeting such as Pryvit (“Hi”) or Dobryj den’ (“Good afternoon”). Dobryj den’ is also appropriate in formal situations, in which case people often shake hands. Men wait for women to extend a hand before offering to shake it. In official situations […]

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