Author: Katerina Vasileva
Summary: The Constitution of Ukraine, adopted in 1996, establishes Ukrainian as the sole official language of the country. Thus, Ukrainian legislation requires the spelling of names in personal documents of each citizen to be according to the rules of the only official language in the country which is Ukrainian. There is no intentional discrimination towards Bulgarians or any other national or linguistic minority in Ukraine.
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Uploaded in Bulgarian: PolitiCheck: Няма насилствена смяна на имената на българите в Украйна, както твърди Костадин Костадинов