Nice job, Bing. I'd give you a B+
Oh, Bing. Sooooo close.
ПП: Сьогодні український народ та Збройні сили єдині як ніколи.Google is almost completely correct. I'm not at all sure why Bing translated Poroshenko's initials as PM; surely it wasn't recognizing that it was the Prime Minister? I mean, if it's that smart, why did it capitalize United? Also, in a solemn speech such as this, I don't like "We'll win".
Ми переможемо, бо добро завжди перемагає зло!
PM: today the Ukrainian people and the armed forces are United as never before.
We'll win, because good always overcomes evil!
PP: Today Ukrainian people and the armed forces are united as never before.
We will win, because good always triumphs over evil
But Bing gets something right that Google missed: it's not "Ukrainian people", it's (as Google has it) "the Ukrainian people". Народ (narod) isn't the plural of person, it's the collective, political-or-ethnic group. The people, the nation.
But otherwise, nice job, Bing.
ps: Note Poroshenko's profile picture: a stylized black-and-red poppy, used in Ukraine for VE Day for the first time, since the old George Ribbon is irredeemably tainted by its association with Russian aggression and separatism.