Ukrainians in Armenia
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The first Ukrainians in Armenia came in the mid 19th century after the migration to Transcaucasia by “the Cossacks from Minor Russia” to seal the Empire’s Southern borders. The main activity of the migrants was agriculture and livestock.
|“||According to the 1989 Census, living in Armenia were 8.3 thousand Ukrainians. However, with regard to the migrational processes of the last decade, today that number has perhaps been reduced by half.||”|
Ukrainian community organisations
- Federation of Ukrainians of Armenia "Ukraine" (Ukrainian: Федерація Українців Вірменії «УКРАЇНА»), which publishes a Ukrainian-Armenian language newspaper Dnipro-Slavutych (Ukrainian: "Дніпро-Славутич").
- Vocal and dance ensembles: "Dnipro", "Dzvinochok", "Verbychenka", "Malyatko"
- "Ukraina" Benevolent Fund
- Ukrainian diaspora
- Census in Armenia
- Ethnic minorities in Armenia
- Demographics of Armenia
- Anatoly Zinevich
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