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Wartime surge of Ukrainian language brings boons for those who switch

A Soviet monument to a friendship between Ukrainian and Russian nations is seen during its demolition, in central Kyiv, Ukraine, on 26th April, 2022.

Kyiv, Ukraine Reuters On the day Russia invaded Ukraine, Vlada Belozorenko, a Kyiv theatre director and public speaking coach who grew up speaking Russian, decided that all of her business would now be carried out exclusively in the Ukrainian language. A native of the southern, mainly Russian-speaking city of Kherson, she now has about 110,000 […]