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According to the Wikipedia article Name of Ukraine, Ukrainians prefer the English term to be "Ukraine" rather than "the Ukraine".

Do any governments, such as Russia, or other political groups want Ukraine to still be called "the Ukraine" in English, akin to the Gdansk/Danzig dispute on the English language Wikipedia?

According to the Wikipedia article Name of Ukraine, Ukrainians prefer the English term to be "Ukraine" rather than "the Ukraine".

Do any governments, such as Russia, or other political groups want Ukraine to still be called "the Ukraine" in English, akin to the Gdansk/Danzig dispute on Wikipedia?

According to the Wikipedia article Name of Ukraine, Ukrainians prefer the English term to be "Ukraine" rather than "the Ukraine".

Do any governments, such as Russia, or other political groups want Ukraine to still be called "the Ukraine" in English, akin to the Gdansk/Danzig dispute on the English language Wikipedia?

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Does anyone want Ukraine to be called "the Ukraine"?

According to the Wikipedia article Name of Ukraine, Ukrainians prefer the English term to be "Ukraine" rather than "the Ukraine".

Do any governments, such as Russia, or other political groups want Ukraine to still be called "the Ukraine" in English, akin to the Gdansk/Danzig dispute on Wikipedia?