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A country in eastern Europe to the north of the Black Sea.
Population 44,800,000 (estimated 2015)
Official language Ukrainian
Large portion of Ukraine's current territory formed part of the medieval state of Kievan Rus'.
After the break-up of Kievan Rus', instigated by the Mongol invasion, the country was divided for several centuries between the kingdom of Poland, the grand duchy of Lithuania, and the Ottoman Empire
By the 18th century it had been largely integrated into the Russian Empire and the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Briefly independent following the 1917 revolution, Ukraine became one of the original constituent republics (and the third largest) of the USSR.
In 1991, on the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Ukraine became an independent republic.
2008 Russia occupied the Crimea penninsula in the South East.
2022 Ukraine crisis
from Old Russian ukraina ‘border region’, from u ‘at, beside’ + kraĭ ‘edge, border’.
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