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 Mariupol Greek or Rumeika is spoken in the regions of Crimea (northern coast of the black sea), Zaporizhia (south Ukraine) and Odessa (southwestern Ukraine) however, the majority of Hellenic minority live at Donetsk (eastern Ukraine) by the ethnic Greeks who live in Mariupol and surrounding villages. Modern Greek is also commonly spoken amongst the inhabitants.(( Greeks in Ukraine. Retrieved 3 November 2020, from https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Greeks_in_Ukraine)) Mariupol Greek or Rumeika is spoken in the regions of Crimea (northern coast of the black sea), Zaporizhia (south Ukraine) and Odessa (southwestern Ukraine) however, the majority of Hellenic minority live at Donetsk (eastern Ukraine) by the ethnic Greeks who live in Mariupol and surrounding villages. Modern Greek is also commonly spoken amongst the inhabitants.(( Greeks in Ukraine. Retrieved 3 November 2020, from https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Greeks_in_Ukraine))
  
- +{{:​languages:​languages_of_ukraine.png?​nolink&400|}} ((Languages of Ukraine [LINGUISTIC MAP OF UKRAINE, UTILIZING 2009 INFORMATION FROM THE KIEV NATIONAL LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY AND DATA FROM THE 2001 UKRAINIAN CENSUS. NOTE THAT UKRAINIAN IS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW. THE MIXED RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE SURZHYK IS IN ORANGE. RUSSIAN IS IN RED. CARPATHIAN RUTHENIAN (SPOKEN IN ZAKARPATTIA) IS IN THE RED-VIOLET COLOR. THE BULGARIAN, GREEK, HUNGARIAN, POLISH, ROMANIAN, CRIMEAN TATAR, AND TRASIANKA (BELARUSIAN) MINORITIES ARE ALSO HIGHLIGHTED.]. (2014). Retrieved November 03, 2020, from https://​reconsideringrussia.org/​2014/​03/​02/​what-is-ukraine/​ukraine-language-map/​))
-{{:​languages:​student_sheets:​languages_of_ukraine.png?​400|}} ((Languages of Ukraine [LINGUISTIC MAP OF UKRAINE, UTILIZING 2009 INFORMATION FROM THE KIEV NATIONAL LINGUISTIC UNIVERSITY AND DATA FROM THE 2001 UKRAINIAN CENSUS. NOTE THAT UKRAINIAN IS HIGHLIGHTED IN YELLOW. THE MIXED RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN LANGUAGE SURZHYK IS IN ORANGE. RUSSIAN IS IN RED. CARPATHIAN RUTHENIAN (SPOKEN IN ZAKARPATTIA) IS IN THE RED-VIOLET COLOR. THE BULGARIAN, GREEK, HUNGARIAN, POLISH, ROMANIAN, CRIMEAN TATAR, AND TRASIANKA (BELARUSIAN) MINORITIES ARE ALSO HIGHLIGHTED.]. (2014). Retrieved November 03, 2020, from https://​reconsideringrussia.org/​2014/​03/​02/​what-is-ukraine/​ukraine-language-map/​))+
  
 The map shows the various languages spoken in Ukraine, with the colour blue denoting the region (Donetsk) where Greek (either Modern Greek or Rumeika) is spoken. The map shows the various languages spoken in Ukraine, with the colour blue denoting the region (Donetsk) where Greek (either Modern Greek or Rumeika) is spoken.
 ==== Speaker numbers ==== ==== Speaker numbers ====
  
-In a 2001 Ukrainian Consensus, it was estimated that the population of Ukrainians of Greek origins was around 91,500, found in different regions in the country (table below). The reason why there are so many Ukrainians of Greek origin is due to migration from Crimea, dating back to the 18th century due to intermarriage between Greeks and Ukrainians. (( State Statistics Committee of Ukraine 2001 | English version | Results | General results of the census | National composition of population:​. (2001). Retrieved 24 November 2020, from http://​2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/​eng/​results/​general/​nationality/​))+In a 2001 Ukrainian Consensus, it was estimated that the population of Ukrainians of Greek origins was around 91,500, found in different regions in the country (table below). The reason why there are so many Ukrainians of Greek origin is due to migration from Crimea, dating back to the 18th century due to intermarriage between Greeks and Ukrainians. (( State Statistics Committee of Ukraine 2001 | English version | Results | General results of the census | National composition of population:​. (2001). Retrieved 24 November 2020, from http://​2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/​eng/​results/​general/​nationality/​))((State Statistics Committee of Ukraine | 2001 | English version | Results | General results of the census | National composition of population | Autonomous Republic ofCrimea:. (2001). Retrieved 1 December 2020, from http://​2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/​eng/​results/​general/​nationality/​Crimea/​))((State Statistics Committee of Ukraine | 2001 | English version | Results | General results of the census | National composition of population | Donets'​k region:. (2001). Retrieved 1 December 2020, from http://​2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/​eng/​results/​general/​nationality/​Donetsk/​))(( State Statistics Committee of Ukraine | 2001 | English version | Results | General results of the census | National composition of population | Odesa region:. (2001). Retrieved 1 December 2020, from http://​2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/​eng/​results/​general/​nationality/​Odesa/​))((State Statistics Committee of Ukraine | 2001 | English version | Results | General results of the census | National composition of population | Zaporizhzhia region:. (2001). Retrieved 1 December 2020, from http://​2001.ukrcensus.gov.ua/​eng/​results/​general/​nationality/​Zaporizhzhia/​))((Pliakos,​ K. (2018). The Greeks of Mariupol: Greece inside them (Έλληνες της Μαριούπολης:​ Η Ελλάδα μέσα τους). Retrieved 2 November 2020, from https://​www.cnn.gr/​focus/​story/​159014/​ellines-tis-marioypolis-h-ellada-mesa-toys))
  
 ^ Region ^ Population ^ ^ Region ^ Population ^
 | Donetsk | 77,​500 ​   | | Donetsk | 77,​500 ​   |
-|Crimea ​  ​| ​2800+|Crimea ​  ​| ​2,800
-|Zaporizhzhia | 2180+|Zaporizhzhia | 2,200
-|Odessa| ​2080+|Odessa| ​2,100| 
-|Rest of Ukraine| ​6980|+|Dnipropetrovs'​k| 1.100
 +|Rest of Ukraine| ​5,800| 
 +|Total population| 91.500|
  
-The table indicates the population of Greeks in Ukraine according to region.+The table indicates the population of Greeks in Ukraine ​based on region ​according to the 2001 Ukrainian Census.
  
  
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