When did russia give Ukraine land?
Yes, via Russia.
Russia but Ukraine if you ask for a country all in Europe.
Russia France The Ukraine Spain Sweden
Russia lost Ukraine, its Polish and Baltic provinces, and Finland.
Russia is on the East of Ukraine.
Ukraine is not in Russia.
Ukraine has the second largest land area in Europe. The country with the largest land area in Europe is Russia.
Switzerland, ice land, the Ukraine and turkey and spain, and some parts of russia
Ukraine and Poland have three mutual neighbors. Slovakia, Belarus, and Russia. (On the northern border of Poland, there is a small area of Russian land
Ukraine was in Russian Empire and in Soviet Union WITH Russia, but never IN Russia.
No. The Ukraine and Russia are different countries.
The Ukraine is the largest country wholly in Europe. However, Russia is over twenty-eight times the size of the Ukraine, although the majority of Russian land lies in Asia. Despite this, European Russia still totals to about 4,000,000 km2, an area almost seven times the size of the Ukraine.
The capital of Russia is Moscow The capital of Ukraine is Kyiv
Ukraine was in USSR not in Russia!!! Russia was not independet until the break-up of USSR! that is when all the 15 republics became independent states, including UKRAINE and RUSSIA!
Mongolia, kazakhstan, Finland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Latvia and Estonia
Ukraine is a neighbor to Russia, and Russia is a much larger and more powerful country than Ukraine. Historically Russia has dominated Ukraine. In order for Ukraine to maintain its independence, it wants to ally itself with the Western World. If Ukraine is allied with the West, it will not have to worry about Russia attempting to dominate its foreign policy because it will have the protection of NATO.
The whole of it.. .Ukraine is a whole separate country from Russia.
Russia borders Norway, Finland, Latvia, Estonia, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China, North Korea and Mongolia. Russia also have a piece of land that borders Poland and Lithuania.
In a way. Ukraine is a part of Russia, and Russia is the largest country in the world. Ukraine is quite small actually.
No, Ukraine and Russia are two separate countries which border each other. no
Ukraine is not going to join Russia. It is an independent country.
The sunflower. Why? Because Russia said so and Ukraine always does what Russia says.
This is a silly question. Ukraine!
Including all land of transcontinental countries, the three largest European countries would be Russia, Kazakhstan, and Turkey. Counting land only located in Europe, the largest countries would be Russia, the Ukraine, and France.
Russia has the largest land area in Europe (about 4,000,000 km2 out of a total of 17,000,000 km2). The Ukraine is the country wholly in Europe with the largest land area (600,000 km2).
Officially, there is not a war between Ukraine and Russia. However, Russia has claimed territory from Ukraine based on a referendum that did not meet the standards required by international law, and Russia appears to be illegally assisting Ukrainian rebels who are aligned with Russia against the Ukrainian government.
Ukraine shut off natural gas that goes through Ukraine to European countries, Russia shut off a gas for a while that goes to Ukraine.
Ukraine and Russia
No. Ukraine was one part of the Soviet Union, as was Russia. When the Soviet Union split up all of the countries in it separated into individual countries. So Russia and Ukraine are two separate countries.
Russia, France, and the Ukraine are the three largest countries in Europe by land area. However, including only land that is entirely in the continent of Europe, the three largest countries would be the Ukraine, France, and Spain. You may notice that the positions of the Ukraine and France are switched. This is because France includes integral lands located outside of Europe in the continents of North America, South America, and Africa. This are not… Read More
Ukraine was one of the republics which comprised the Soviet Union. It never actually "belonged to" Russia.
Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania and Russia (through a bit called Kaliningrad)
Russia has the largest land area in both continents. China has the largest land area of any country wholly in Asia. The Ukraine has the largest land area of any country wholly in Europe.
Ukraine is located in Europe, next to Russia.
Desna is a river in Russia and Ukraine.
Russia, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan. The Ukraine is wholly in Europe.
Romania is southwest of Ukraine. Russia borders Ukraine to the east.
The two seas that border Ukraine are the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, which are separated by the Crimean peninsula to the south of the country. The rest of the border of Ukraine is a land border, which (clockwise from the Black Sea to the south) includes the countries of Romania, Moldova, Poland, Belarus, and Russia.
If you trace it back to the original peoples of the Ukraine then the Kievan Rus' were the first people to establish a well known kingdom on Ukrainian soil. It passed hands between nomadic tribes, Russia, the Byzantine Empire and since Ukraine is very large it was difficult for one power to control it all at once.
Ukraine has the same military as Russia. So don't mess with them
the treaty make Russia control over the china's land
It is not really practical to measure the distance from Ukraine to Russia in light minutes because they are all fat.
Romania is separated from Russia by the territory of Ukraine.
Yes it is. Russia is the first largest and then it is Ukraine. Also, Ukraine is about the size of Texas.
Both Russia and Belarus are between Ukraine and Latvia.
The capital is Kiev. Sevastopol is disputed between Ukraine and Russia.
An American in Ukraine can get a visa to Russia ONLY if he or she is a permanent resident of Ukraine. People in Ukraine as tourists or for short-term business must acquire visas from the Russian Embassy or consulates in the USA. This is inconvenient, but it is the rule.
Air distance from Kiev, Ukraine to Donskoy, Russia is 412 miles. That is 663 kilometers. It is 358 nautical miles.
The Ukraine is located completely on Europe, while Russia is in Europe and Asia (mostly Asia in area, mostly Europe in population)