Ukraine is adjacent to Hungary, so it isn't surprising that Ukrainians have Mangalitsa pigs too. They've got some neat photos!
Photo from this Ukrainian website.
That thing looks like a Mangalitsa cross. Perhaps it is crossed with regular hogs, or perhaps a wild boar. I wouldn't want to make it angry. They've got neat photos of pigs in the snow too; well worth checking out.
These guys are selling stock. They are in a part of Ukraine quite close to Hungary, that used to be part of the Austro-Hungarian empire.
It isn't at all clear when they got their pigs, what they do with them, etc. They seem to be more a curiousity in Ukraine than anything else.
One would think, given how much the Ukrainians love salo (aka "lardo") they'd raise more Mangalitsa pigs. I suspect the high cost of gain deters them.