Dear folks, may I just add to what I have written above that I am no Russophobe. In fact, my parents' language was Russian (although my grandfather's native and actually only language was Ukrainian), and I, as a 4 or a 4.5-y.o., started to read at once, in parallel, in Russian as well as in Ukrainian. I admire the great Russian culture, especially literature (Lev Tolstoy is - has always beeen, and will perhaps remain as long as I live, - my number one creator of the literary depiction of the human character, human soul, of all people who have ever touched a pen, in the whole wide world). Generally, I don't have one xenophobic, ethnophobic bone in my body. But I have always been deeply, profoundly disturbed, saddened by the Russian imperial chauvinism, by the notion that if you speak well of Mazepa or other so-called "nationalists," then you are an enemy and an inferior being. I deeply believe that Ukrainians and Russians should be and eventually (God willing) will be good neighbors, like Swedes and Norwegians, or like Spanish and Portuguese. If anyone, anywhere, at anytime, however, convinces the humankind that Ukrainians and Russians are the same people and that the "nationalists" are evil - then I will fight that tooth and nail, sort of the same way as Greeks would fight when someone says that they are the same as Turks (you know, black hair, tan skin, strange language, same land, same warm sea somewhere outside of the USA, etc.).