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<!-- wp:paragraph --> <p>In the aftermath of the Euromaidan events and further Russian military operations in Crimea and southeast Ukraine, the broader public in Bulgaria has been polarized into a dichotomy of opposing opinions along pro- or anti-Russia lines. This polarization has left little room to debate a number of different minority issues in Ukraine, whose wealth of diverse communities have been involved in since the demise of the Soviet Union in 1991. After the 2014 illegal annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation and ongoing bitter confrontation along the Lines of Contact of...
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