The Verkhovna Rada stated that Russia - a historic name in Ukraine

The Verkhovna Rada[/t:[t:tag slug=radu]Rada did bill which says that Russia - is the historical name of the territory on which the modern Ukraine.

According to the Ukrainian deputies, the use of the word “Russia” as an official of the Russian Federation is a synonym for “aggressive reminder to citizens of Ukraine on the” time “of the Ukrainian state,” RIA Novosti reported.

In Kiev, they find that it is an affront to the sovereignty of Ukraine.

Violation of this law will be considered an encroachment on territorial integrity and inviolability of Ukraine. The penalty is imprisonment for up to 12 years.

The bill was introduced to the parliament deputy from the “Radical Party” Oleg Lyashko Oksana Korchinskiy.

7 July 2015

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