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<!-- wp:paragraph --> <p><a href="http://argumentua.com/stati/yaroslav-gritsak-ukra-n-ne-vda-tsya-ale-vona-ne-zda-tsya">This speech (in Ukrainian) was given to the European Parliament in Brussels on 27 November 2018</a></p> <!-- /wp:paragraph --> <!-- wp:paragraph --> <p>As part of a small Ukrainian delegation, I gave a speech to the European Parliament nearly five years ago, aiming to convince MEPs that Ukraine was unlikely to break up. The Euromaidan Revolution had immediately raised, again, the “Huntingtonian” scenario of Ukraine splitting into a Ukrainophone west and Russophone...
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