OREANDA-NEWS Nikita Poturayev, advisor to the team of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky on political issues, suggested renaming Russia on maps, as well as changing the name of the Russian language. This was reported on July 10 by the portal PolitNavigator.

According to Poturaev, each language has its own dialects, which differ grammatically and lexically. Therefore, in Ukraine it is necessary to rename the Russian language, so that it would be easier for the population to distinguish it from the “Ukrainian Russian”.

For example, to say that we have Russian, and there - Russian. We have a Ukrainian “mova”, a single, sovereign, and there are “movas” of national minorities, among them Hungarian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Polish, and there is also “Ruska”. Let's call it that way - the “ruska mova,” he said.