Brighton Beach crossing near New York was renamed to Ukrainian Way

Brighton Beach crossing near New York was renamed to Ukrainian Way

Brighton Beach crossing at New York has been renamed to Ukrainian Way

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Crossroads was renamed Ukrainian Way

Brighton Beach is home to large populations of migrants from the greater Soviet Socialist Republic. Its unofficial name is Little Odessa.

On Independence Day of Ukraine, 24 sick days, the Russian population at the Brighton Beach crossing was renamed to Ukrainian Way (Ukrainian Way). Oksana Markarova, Ambassador of Ukraine to the United States, spoke about it.

“Your skin can contribute to our struggle for independence, and your skin's contribution is important! And the deeds, as if from changing the name from Brighton to Ukrainian Way, as successfully completed today, on Independence Day, are still super symbolic! & # 8221; – go to the accompaniment.

Warto respect that from the middle of 1970 -s near the area close to New York, live Russian migrants from the lands of the Soviet Socialist Republic.

Brighton Beach is also widely served by Russian restaurant staff, cafes, Russian-style concert halls, radio stations and television studios with Russian ideas, Russian editorial offices of newspapers, schools and pledges of preschool education with Russian education.