The Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine instructed to exclude the Russian language from informational alerts to all airports in the country, when placing information on the electronic scoreboard, signs and the speakers ought to apply Ukrainian and English languages, the press service of the Ministry.
a proper instruction was given by the head of the Ukrainian Ministry Vladimir Omelian October 17, during hardware meeting." No Russian language could not be. This is not only a question of using the state language - Is the question of self-esteem in the 1st place. Similarly, the employees of the airports when dealing with passengers are required to use English or Ukrainian languages ", - transfers its words of RIA of "news" - Ukraine.
the press service added that the head of Department wishes to apply to all airlines engaged in air transportation in Ukraine with the request about the use of only the English and Ukrainian languages." A separate issue is the transliteration of Ukrainian names in English. The Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine will give a corresponding proposal for consideration and resolution of this issue at the level of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine ", - said the press service. Omeljan also drew attention that, in Accordance with the legislative act of the Council until the end of November of the current year are required to be renamed enterprises and institutions, " which have the imprint of Soviet times ", reports " information Agency "." It relates in particular to Railways, because up until now, there are a number of stations that bear Soviet names. But if the airport has a terminal part, or at least a cafe, the title of which can be traced to the Soviet footprint, It has to be changed to December 1, " he said. 9 Oct Omeljan also said that in the next two months with train stations in Ukraine will remove the signs in Russian. Remember, the Ukrainian authorities are not limited to declared in the country de-communization, and try to belittle the importance of the Russian language in Ukraine, although not repeatedly stated that the Russian-speaking population should not be afraid of the policy of the new leadership.