Art by glodea212
♥ Welcome to our group! This group is dedicated not only to anime Hetalia, but also to the real life of those two countries. Ukraine and Turkey, being neighbours, had a very deep history, happiness and sadness, hatred and friendship. Today they are great friends and awesome partners.
♥ Yes, we know that this group has many haters. Mostly Turkey and Greece fans hate Ukraine, but fans of Ukraine and Poland hate Turkey. Let`s be wise, friends! If you don`t like this pairing for some reasons - don`t bash those who like it.
♥ Everyone are entitled to their opinion.
♥ Submit works to the correct folders. Tag "APH" means anime Hetalia.
♥ Nyotalia is accepted, don`t forget about that. You can make not only hetero, but also yuri and yaoi with them.
♥ Don`t be shy to draw. If you like this pairing - help our group with your works, fanfictions, affiliations. We will be happy!
♥ And finally, if for some reasons you are blocked or received several invitations then write to the admin. Thanks for your understanding.
► This pairing isn't a crack. It isn't Himaruya's canon, but based on a real history of these countries.
TURKEY and UKRAINE have a very deep history of mutual relations and shared past. Actually, various Turkic peoples had been in close contact with the Slavic inhabitants of the lands which constitute the territory of contemporary Ukraine for at least a millennium, if not more. As for the relations between the Ottoman Empire and the Ukrainian people, they stretch back to as early as to the 15th century. The large strip of lands north of the Black Sea which constitute the southern parts of contemporary Ukraine have been of utmost importance for the politics of the Ottoman Empire. These lands were ruled, from the late 15th until the late 18th century, by the Ottoman Empire and its ally or vassal, the Crimean Khanate. They provided the basis of the Ottoman power and security (as well as far-reaching economic interests) not only towards lands further north but also towards the Central-Eastern Europe and Caucasus-Volga regions. Conversely, the loss of these lands to Russia portended a grave threat to the very heart of Turkey and led to the emergence of the so-called "Eastern Question" concerning the partition of the Ottoman Empire among the European Powers.