I would like to tell my story of Ukraine.

Ihor Filipp
April 30, 2024
Ukraine
Capital: Kyiv
Population: 38 million (2022)
President: Volodymyr Zelenskyy
Government: Republic, Unitary state, Semi-presidential system
S=233,062 sq mi
History of Ukrane
c. 5500 to 2750 BC
c. 5500 to 2750 BC
The Trypillian Civilization
The Cucuteni–Trypillia culture, also known as the Cucuteni culture or the Trypillia culture, is a Neolithic–Chalcolithic archaeological culture of Southeast Europe.
From the late 9th to the mid-13th century.
From the late 9th to the mid-13th century.
Kyivan Rus
Kyivan Rus was a state and later an amalgam of principalities in Eastern and Northern Europe.
17th–18th centuries
17th–18th centuries
Cossack Hetmanate
The Cossack Hetmanate, officially the Zaporozhian Host or Army of Zaporozhia is a historical term for the 17th–18th centuries Ukrainian Cossack state located in central Ukraine.
1917–1921
1917–1921
Ukrainian People's Republic
The Ukrainian People's Republic was a short-lived state in Eastern Europe. It formally declared its independence from Russia on 22 January 1918.
1922 - 1991
1922 - 1991
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic
Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Ukraine or was one of the constituent republics of the Soviet Union . Under the Soviet one-party model, the Ukrainian SSR was governed by the Communist Party of the Soviet Union through its republican branch, the Communist Party of Ukraine.
from 1991
from 1991
Independent Ukraine
In 1991 Ukraine declared independence
Political Conditions
It is closely connected to the central square of Ukraine - Independence Square
Business Landscape
The Transformation from raw materials economy to IT, Fashion and Creative clusters
Industrial Cluster
Ukraine is a potentially rich country whose economic complex is made up of such industries as heavy engineering, ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, shipbuilding, buses, cars, trucks, tractors and other agricultural machinery, diesel locomotives, machine tools, turbines, aircraft engines and aircraft, equipment for power plants, oil and gas and chemical industries, etc.
Strong agricultural sector
Over the last 15 years, Ukraine established itself as a top exporter of wheat, corn, barley, maize, and sunflower products – the traditional type of agribusiness, suitable for big and medium-sized farms.
Raw Materials Economy and Oligarchy
Before the war, oligarchs controlled large raw material enterprises
Ukrainian unicorns

A historically strong math school and favorable conditions have created a strong IT cluster
The Ukrainian people
Famous Ukrainian
Taste Ukraine
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