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When Ukraine was a part of Russia and the Soviet Union, all Ukrainian women were considered to be Russian.
When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, Ukraine declared its independence and became a free state.
We really connected.”“I was still fresh, so that’s what I was comfortable talking about,” she said.
“The hours flew by and the date ended, and it just took off from there.
After its independence, Ukraine girls received the unique chance to see the world traveling abroad, and now, many of them seek a partner abroad.