Thursday, August 23, 2012

Independence Day Of Ukraine Today!

TODAY is the Independence Day of Ukraine which commemorates the
country's adoption of the Act of Declaration of Independence in
1991. Military parades, official ceremonies, and fireworks in
Kiev's central square are the customary celebrations on this

The second largest country in Europe after Russia, Ukraine is
bordered on the west by Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary; on the
southwest by Romania and Moldova; on the south by the Black Sea
and Sea of Azov; on the east and northeast by Russia; and on the
north by Belarus. The capital and largest city of Ukraine is

The estimated 2010 population of Ukraine was around 46 million.
Approximately 78% of the people are Ukrainians, 17 percent are
Russians, and the rest are Belorussians and Romanians. The
official language of the country is Ukrainian although Russian is
widely spoken. The country's main religion is Eastern Orthodox

After facing two World Wars and several political upheavals,
Ukraine achieved independence from the Soviet Union on August 24,
1991. The constitution was adopted nearly five years after its

We congratulate the people and government of Ukraine led by Their
Excellencies, President Viktor Yanukovych, Prime Minister Mykola
Azarov, First Deputy Prime Minister Valeriy Khoroshkovskyy,
Deputy Prime Ministers Rayisa Bohatyyova, Borys Kolesnikov, and
Serhiy Tihipko, Minister of Foreign Affairs Kostyantyn
Hryshchenko, Minister of Justice Oleksandr Lavrynovych, Minister
of Economic Development and Trade Petro Poroshenko, and its
Consulate in the Philippines headed by Consul Oscar C. de
Venecia, on the occasion of its Independence Day. CONGRATULATIONS

Ukraine is a great country to adopt from. Adoptions are completed
in months, not years and cost significantly less than other
well-known country programs. To find out all about this wonderful
country's adoption program and process contact us.


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