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Ukraine is located in the Central East Europe between 44''20' and 52''20' N and
22''5' and 41''15'E, in the southeastern part of the East European plain.

Ukraine’s geographic position is quite advantageous since the most important
transportation routes are crossing its territory linking West

Europe with countries of Trans-Caucasia and Central Asia.
Ukraine’s territory stretches for 893 kilometers from north to south, and for
1316 kilometers from west to east, and is one of the largest countries which
borders do not transgress the bounds of Europe.

Neighboring Countries:
Ukraine borders upon Poland, Hungary and Slovakia in the west, through which
territories lies the shortest route to the countries of Western and Central
Europe.  The border of Ukraine with Russia is in the north and east, while in the
southwest the country it is contiguous with Moldova and Romania. In the north,
Ukraine adjoins Belarus through which territory it is linked with Baltic countries.
It is with Romania and Russia that in addition to the land border Ukraine has a
sea border too.

Outlet to the Sea
Ukraine has a wide outlet to the Black Sea and Sea of Azov that link it with
countries of the Mediterranean. Also through the sea Ukraine borders with
Bulgaria, Turkey and Georgia. The area of the exclusive (sea) economic zone
of Ukraine is over 82 thousand sq. km.
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Capital: The city of Kiev (Kyiv) is both the
capital and the largest city of Ukraine.

Population: The country is home to 46.2
million people, 77.8 percent of whom are
ethnic Ukrainians, with sizable minorities of
Russians, Belarusians and Romanians

Language: The Ukrainian language is the
only official language in Ukraine, while
Russian is also widely spoken and is
known to most Ukrainians as a second

Currency of Ukraine.: The monetary unit
of the present today Ukraine is Hryvnia.
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