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BBC Ukrainian is the Ukrainian service of the BBC which conveys the latest political, social, economical and sport news relevant to Ukraine and the world. It started broadcasts in 1992. Its headquarters are in London, United Kingdom. The first BBC Ukrainian program was aired on 1 June 1992. It featured President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk and UK Prime Minister John Major. It has had an office in Kiev since 1993 with around ten staff, in 1993 the office was manned by one correspondent. BBC Ukrainian has a few dozen reporters - both in Ukraine and abroad.
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