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Ukrayina Moloda (Ukrainian : Україна молода, Young Ukraine) is a daily Ukrainian-language newspaper based in Kyiv with a circulation of 99,000. It is published by State Company "Presa Ukrayiny". [1] In the beginning of 2018 the editorial staff of the newspaper was asked to vacate its leased office at "Presa Ukrayiny". [2]

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Created in 1991 initially it was created as a newspaper of the Central Committee of Communist Party of Ukraine steered towards younger generation, but already in August of the same year it became independent [from the party].

It supports pro-Western policies, president-elect Viktor Yushchenko, [3] and is highly critical of president Leonid Kuchma. It offers both domestic and international news reporting, analysis, and interviews.

Ukrayina Moloda is a member of the Ukrainian Association of Press Publishers (UAPP).

In 2006 speaker of Verkhovna Rada Oleksandr Moroz won a court case against "Ukrayina Moloda". [4]

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