It is only logical.
Ukrainian language must be spoken in official settings in Ukraine according to a new law that some fear will antagonise the country’s significant minority of Russian speakers.
The law stipulates that people acting in most official capacities speak in Ukrainian, including employees the state and communications sectors, medical and educational institutions and public transport.
The law also set quotas that 90 per cent of new films and television and 50 per cent of books must be in Ukrainian.
Supporters have framed the law as another step to assert Ukraine’s independence from Russia, which ruled it for centuries before 1991.
Mr Poroshenko called the law an “another important step on the path to our mental independence,” saying that “Ukrainian language is a symbol of our people, our state and our nation”.