The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has approved bill No.5313 which provides for obliging the national TV channels to broadcast 75 percent of all airtime in the state language.
The United Nations International Court of Justice (ICJ) has upheld the introduction of provisional measures against the Russian Federation to protect national minorities in Crimea.
President of the European Council Donald Tusk started his speech at the summit in Brussels in Ukrainian language.
The law defining an obligatory share of songs in Ukrainian on air of Ukrainian radio stations entered into force today, Nov. 8.
60 percent of Ukrainian citizens consider Ukrainian their mother tongue, 22 percent name both Ukrainian and Russian, and 15 percent - Russian.
President Petro Poroshenko is fully confident that Ukrainians will join the European institutions in the nearest future.
The state language in Ukraine will remain Ukrainian but the communities will be able to determine which language to use for communication.
The Regions do not see the necessity of providing the regional status to any national minority language except Russian.