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Amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine, efforts to boost people's interest in the Ukrainian language are spreading online in Japan.

Nataliya Gudziy, a Ukrainian musician in Tokyo who plays the bandura, a folk instrument, has been making daily posts about the language on Twitter since March 22, roughly a month after the invasion started on Feb. 24.

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