<h2>AUTHORS: Ihor HYRYCH, Vitalii TELVAK, Viktoria TELVAK, Bohdan YANYSHYN</h2>
<pre>Danubius, XL, Galati, 2022, pp. 23-40.</pre>
The article summarizes the problem of mutual relationships between Ukrainian and Jewish elites in Ukraine during the 19th and early 20th centuries on the conceptual level. It explains why Ukrainian and Jewish national movements did not find a beneficial compromise in Ukraine. The article presents the views of leading Ukrainian political thinkers such as Panteleimon Kulish, Mykhailo Hrushevskyi, Mykola Mikhnovskyi and others toward the Jewish question and prospects for Ukrainian-Jewish Cooperation in Ukraine. Authors trace the assimilation problem that Jewish intellectuals faced after their introduction into the Russian and Ukrainian cultures and accession into political organizations. They also draw parallels between Zionism and the Ukrainian national movement. In conclusion, the article emphasizes the importance of a mutually beneficial and transparent Ukrainian-Jewish dialogue, considering the prior positive experience of cooperation.