Ukrainians

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Ukrainians
(українці / ukrayintsi)
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Total population

39.8[1]–57.5[2]

Regions with significant populations
 Ukraine 37,541,693[3]
Languages
Religions
Related ethnic groups
Other Slavic peoples, pairticularly other East Slavic

Ukrainians are a group of East Slavic people from Ukraine. Ukrainians speak the Ukrainian language. Also widespread is the Russian language (mostly in the south and east).

The Ukrainians - one of the largest European nations totaling about 44 million. The majority of Ukrainians, about 37 million, living in Ukraine. The largest Ukrainian community abroad Ukraine is in Russia. About 3 million Russian citizens consider themselves to be Ukrainians. About 2 million Ukrainians live in North America (890,000 in the United States and 1 million in Canada). A large number of Ukrainians living in countries such as Brazil (880,000), Kazakhstan (500,000), Moldova (450,000), Argentina (305,000), Poland (300,000), Belarus (250,000) and Slovakia (200,000). Also, Ukrainian diaspora exist in Germany, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Romania and Latvia.

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