Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Ukraine accepting of differences?
When we asked people about diversity in Ukraine and whether locals are accepting of differences, they said...
"Yes, there is a lot of diversity in Ukraine. The country is home to a variety of ethnic and religious groups, including Ukrainians, Russians, Jews, Poles, Romanians, and Tatars. People in Ukraine are generally accepting of differences and are tolerant of different cultures and beliefs. There is a strong sense of national pride and unity among the people of Ukraine, regardless of their background," remarked another expat who made the move to Ukraine.
"Absolutely not diverse. Did you see the Parliament fist fighting on TV because one of the members delivered a speech in Russian language and not the Ukrainian language!," explained one expat living in Kiev, Ukraine.
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Is there a lot of diversity? Are people in Ukraine accepting of differences?If you live in Ukraine, newcomers to Ukraine would love to hear your answer to this question.
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