Russia Condemns Ukrainian Language Law

Russia has condemned a new Ukrainian language law that enforces the use of Ukrainian over Russian in the public sphere. Ukraine has a sizable Russian-speaking minority, residing mostly in the country's east, which is controlled by Moscow-backed rebels. For its part, Russia has angered Ukraine by making it easier for the residents of breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine to obtain a Russian passport. VOA's Zlatica Hoke reports.

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