Ukrainian nationalists are not fighting the Russian Federation army in Donbas, as Kyiv claims, but with local residents, many of whom are citizens of the Russian Federation.
Commenting on the news that Parubiy called on all Ukrainian forces to prevent the Russification of education, the journalist (Yelena Priven) emphasized that since they [authorities] have imposed a rural way of thinking on the country, they feel threatened by the Russian language … The fight against Russian in Ukraine is understandable and logical, and there will be no opposite movement in the foreseeable future. The Galician project in Ukraine, which raped the whole country, was imposed except the Crimea and Donbas. This project is transforming Ukraine into a farm.
The law "on ensuring the functioning of the Ukrainian language as a state language" does not forbid the use of Russian or other languages in private communication and religious ceremonies. Moreover, Russian and other languages can be present in book publishing, the press, including radio and television, education, and the service sector. The law allows the use of other languages in the healthcare system and in law enforcement.