All You Need To Know About Ukraine From History To Finance

  • Publish date: Thursday، 03 March 2022
All You Need To Know About Ukraine From History To Finance

Ukraine is a country that is known for its beautiful nature, agriculture, beautiful and diverse landscape, well-preserved culture and tradition, beautiful women; Ukraine is the 2nd largest country in the continent after Russia and is very famous for its' export value and production of sunflower seed and sunflower oil, as well as the Barley exports where Ukraine gives out 12% of the global barely exportation, and 8% for the wheat and meslin.

Ukraine Map

Ukraine is located in Eastern Europe, which is the 2nd largest in the continent, and the capital of Ukraine is Kyiv. Ukraine declared independence on 24th August 1991.

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Ukraine borders

Russia borders Ukraine on the eastern side, Belarus on the northern side, Azov and the Black Sea to the south, Romania and Moldova to the southwest, and Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland to the west.

Population Ukraine is part of Eastern Europe. It shares borders with the Russian Federation to the east and northeast and Belarus towards the northwest border. Hungary, Slovakia, and Poland are to its west; Romania and Moldova share its southwest border, and the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea is to its south and southeast borders.

Ukraine map

Ukraine Flag colors and symbols

The flag of Ukraine has got two colors: the blue and yellow stripes, which symbolize the Ukrainian lands and have been used since 1848 officially.

Ukraine flag

Population of Ukraine

The population of Ukraine is around 44.13 million, with 77% Ukrainians as the majority and 17% Russians, then other minorities such as Belarusian, Moldovan, Crimean Tatar, and others that speak different languages, but the majority are Ukrainians. They speak Ukrainian as well in the country despite having different roots.

Ukraine: Ethnic composition

What language do Ukrainians speak? 

The majority of Ukrainians speak Ukrainian, which has the Cyrillic alphabet, and a good amount of people there can speak Polish, Romanian and other languages depending on their origins.

Main Religion

Around half of the Ukrainian population are eastern orthodoxy, along with other people as Protestant, Latin catholic, Jews, Muslims, and the other half are either atheists or follow different religions. 

Economy of Ukraine

Ukraines' economy went through reforms before the country's sovereignty. Still, by 1996 the country flourished, and with the start of the 21st century, the economy started growing, starting with emigration for labor. Because of the excellent climate and exceptional rich juicy soil that is perfect for agriculture, the country's output became grains potatoes and is one of the highest in Europe in terms of exports of those products and sunflower oil. Sugar beets are because the soil is known as black soil.

Ukraine also produces wheat, barley, corn, rye, buckwheat, mustard, flax, poppy seeds, tomatoes, and peppers.

Fishing is also really popular there, with the Sea of Azov and the Black Sea being next to Ukraine; however, the fish production is not that high because of all the pollution.

Ukraine is rich in minerals and iron ores, it also has natural gas and petroleum, but Ukraine depends on fossil fuels and nuclear power for the energy it needs to run the country.

Ukraine wheat

Ukraine is a beautiful European country with vast fields and lovely places to visit, and an ongoing economy. Visit UaeMoments to learn more about places from all around the world.

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