Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. It is bordered through Russia to the north-east; Belarus to the north; Poland, Slovakia, and Hungary to the west; and Romania, Moldova, and the Black Sea to the south. It has an area of 603,628 km 2  (233,062 sq. mi) and it the second-largest country in Europe after Russia, and the 46th-largest country in the world. Ukraine has a population of about 42 million people, making it the ninth-most populous country in Europe, and the 32nd-most populous country in the world. Its capital and largest city are Kyiv. Ukrainian is the official language and its alphabet is Cyrillic. The dominant religion in the country is Eastern Orthodoxy.

Geography and Climate

It has an area of 603,628 km 2  (233,062 sq. mi), and with a coastline of 2,782 kilometers (1,729 mi), which makes Ukraine the world's 46th-largest country, and is the second-largest country in Europe after Russia. It lies in between latitudes 44° and 53° N, and longitudes 22° and 41°E.

The landscape of Ukraine consists generally of fertile plains (or steppes) and plateaus, which is crossed by rivers along with the Dnieper (Dnipro), severely Donets, Dniester, and the southern bug as they float south into the Black Sea and also the smaller Sea of Azov. To the southwest, the delta of the Danube forms the border with Romania. Ukraine's numerous regions have various geographic features ranging from the highlands to the lowlands. The country has only one mountain that the Carpathian Mountains in the west, of which the highest is the Hora Hoverla at 2,061 meters (6,762ft), and also the Crimean Mountains on Crimea, within the extreme south along the coast.


Ukraine has a normally temperate climate, except the southern coast of Crimea which has subtropical weather. The climate is inspired through moderate heat, humid air coming from the Atlantic Ocean. The average annual temperatures of the country lie in between 5.5–7 °C(41.9–44.6 °F) in the north, to 11–13 °C (51.8–55.4 °F) in the south.

Average daily maximum and minimum temperatures for the seven largest cities in Ukraine


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The demographics of Ukraine include statistics on population, ethnicity, health, religious affiliations, and other aspects of the population of Ukraine.


According to the Ukrainian Census of 2001, Ukrainians make up 77.8% of the population. Other significant ethnic groups include Belarusians (0.6%), Russians (17.3%), Crimean Tatars (0.5%), Moldovans (0.5%), Bulgarians (0.4%), Romanians (0.3%), Hungarians (0.3%), Poles (0.3%), Jews (0.3%), Armenians (0.2%), Greeks (0.2%) and Tatars (0.2%). It is also estimated that there are about 50,000 ethnic Koreans (0.12%) in Ukraine that belong to the Koryo- saram group. Their number may be as high as 100,000, as many ethnic Koreans were assimilated into the majority population.


The official language of Ukraine is Ukrainian and Russian is also the language that is widely spoken, especially in eastern and southern Ukraine. According to the 2001 census, 67.5 percent of the population declared Ukrainian as their native language and 29.6 percent declared Russian. Most local Ukrainian speakers recognized Russian as a second language.

Ukrainian is specifically spoken in western and central Ukraine. In western Ukraine, Ukrainian is likewise the dominant language in cities (such as Lviv). In central Ukraine, Ukrainian and Russian are each equally used in cities, with Russian being more common in Kyiv, while Ukrainian is the dominant language in rural groups. In eastern and southern Ukraine, Russian is usually used in cities, and Ukrainian is used in rural areas.


According to the 2016 survey, 70% of the total population were believers in any religion,6.3% were unbelievers,10.1% were uncertain whether they believed or not, 7.2% were uninterested in beliefs, 2.7% were atheists, and a further 3.9% found it difficult to answer the question.

81.9% were Christians, comprising a 65.4% who declared to be Orthodox, 7.1% simply Christians,1.9% Protestants, and 6.5% Greek Rite Catholics. A further 1.1% were Muslims and 1.0% Latin Rite Catholics. Judaism and Hinduism were the religions of 0.2% of the population each.


Ukraine's paved roads in total are stretched for 164,732 kilometers. The letter M is a market for international for major routes that extend and covers all the major cities of Ukraine and also provides the cross-border routes to the country’s neighbors. In Ukraine, there are only two true motorway standard highways, one is 175 kilometers from Kharkiv to Dnipro, and second is the section of MO3 which extends 18 kilometers from Kyiv to Boryspil, where the country International airport is located.

In Ukraine, rail transport connects with all major urban areas, port facilities, and industrial centers with neighboring countries. Donbas is the highest concentration railway track in Ukraine. As per the statistics in 1995 Ukraine rail freight transport fell by 7.4% in comparison to 1994 but still Ukraine is one of the highest rail users in the world. Railroad track in Ukraine extends for 22,473 kilometers from which 92,50 kilometers are electrified. As per now in Ukraine, the state is having the monopoly on the provision of passenger rail transport and all trains apart from those who are with the cooperation of other foreign companies on international routes, are operated by its company ‘Ukrzaliznytsia’. In Ukraine, air transport is developing quickly with a visa-free program for EU nationals and citizens of a number of other Western nations. Increased numbers of travelers are handling by the Nations aviation center. The football tournament which was held in Poland and Ukraine as a joint host named EURO 2012 prompted the government to invest heavily in transport infrastructure and airports in particular. The Donetsk airport which was completed for EURO 2012 was destroyed by the end of 2014 because of the ongoing war between the government and separatist movement. 

The country’s largest airport, Kiev Boryspil is having three passenger terminals and also the base of the country’s flag carrier, Ukraine International Airlines. Other large airports include those in Kharkiv, Lviv, and Donetsk are destroyed now but Dnipro and Odesa airports are having a plan for terminal upgrades in the near future. Ukraine has a number of airlines along with flag carrier which includes Windrose Airlines, Dniproavia, Azur Air Ukraine, and AtlasGlobal Ukraine. Antonov Airlines which is having a subsidiary of the Antonov Aerospace Design Bureau is the only operator of the world’s largest fixed-wing aircraft, the An-225. The port of Odesa provides the international maritime travel from where ferries sail regularly to Istanbul, Varna, and Haifa. Urkferry is the largest ferry company that presently operating these routes.


As per the Ukraine Constitution, access to free education is granted to all citizens. In-state school’s complete general secondary education is compulsory which constitutes the overwhelming majority. On a competitive basis, free higher education and communal educational establishments are provided. Also, there are some accredited private secondary and higher education institutions in small numbers. 

The literacy rate is estimated at 99.4% because of the Soviet Union's emphasis on total access to education for all citizens which continued today as well. From 2005, an eleven-year program is replaced by a twelve-year program and primary education takes four years to complete which start from the age of 6 years, middle education takes five years to complete which is also known as secondary education and after that upper secondary takes three years. School leaving exams are referred to in grade 12 which is a government test as well and test results are used for university admissions.

During the late 16th and early 17th centuries, the first higher education institutions emerged. Ostrozka School is the first Ukrainian higher education institution which is similar to Western European higher education institutions of the time. In 1576, in the town of Ostrog, the Collegium established the first higher education institution in the Eastern Slavic territories. In 1632, the oldest university was established named Kyiv Mohyla Academy and in 1694, it was officially recognized by the government of Imperial Russia as a higher education institution. In the oldest list, one more is there named Lviv University which was founded in 1661. Other higher education institutions were set in the 19th century with the beginning of universities in Kharkiv, Kyiv, Odesa, Chernivtsi and a number of professional higher education institutions as well eg. Nizhyn Historical and Philological Institute which was originally established as a Gymnasium of Higher Sciences in 1805, a Veterinary Institute in 1873, a Technological Institute in Kharkiv in 1885, a Polytechnic Institute in Kyiv in 1898 and a higher Mining School in Katerynoslav in 1899. In Soviet period rapid growth was followed and by 1988, a number increased to 146 of higher education institutions with over 850.000 students. Most of the institutions which were established after 1990 were owned by private organizations. 

The education system of higher education is compromised with higher educational establishments, scientific and methodological facilities that are under the national, municipal, and self-governing bodies. In Ukraine, higher education organizations are built up according to the structure of education of the world’s higher developed countries because it is defined by UNESCO and the UN. In total Ukraine has more than 800 higher education institutions and as per statistics in 2010, the number of graduates reached 654,700 people.

Ukraine ranked seventh in population; also it produces the fourth-largest number of post-secondary graduates in Europe. Education of higher studies are state-funded or private and who studied at state expense, they receive a standard scholarship if their marks are average at the end of term exams and differentiated test suffices but this rule is different in some universities. Also, the scholarship is increased by 25% for the highest grades. The government subsidy is not sufficient to cover basic living expenses for most of the students that’s why most of the universities provide subsidized housing for out-of-city students and also it is common in their libraries to provide the required books for all the registered students. In Ukraine, universities give two degrees, one is the bachelor's degree of 5-6 years according to the Bologna process and the other is a specialist degree of 5 years usually which was the only degree awarded by universities of Soviet times. 

In Ukraine, the law of higher education came into force on 6th September 2014 and it was approved in Ukraine parliament on 1st July 2014. The main changes which took place in the system of higher education is: a separate body was made to monitor the quality of education, every institution has the right to implement their own educational and research programs, increased the role of student government, all institutions of higher education has the right to freely administer their own revenues, academic mobility for faculty and students, another 5 types of higher education qualification were established named Junior Bachelor, Bachelor, Master, Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Science, also reduced the load on lecturers and students, etc.



On physical education, Ukraine was greatly benefited from the Soviet emphasis and their policies left Ukraine with stadia, swimming pools, gymnasia, and many other athletic facilities as well. In Ukraine the most popular sports is football and the top professional league is the Vyscha Liha also known as premier league. In Soviet national football team, many Ukraine’s were played, most notably are Ballon d'Or winners Ihor Belanov and Oleh Blokhin and this award was only presented to one Ukrainian after the dissolution of Soviet Union, named Andriy Shevchenko. Ukraine made their debut in 2006 at FIFA World Cup and reached the quarterfinals. Also, Ukraine boxers are amongst the best in the world. The brothers named Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko are heavy-weight champions who won multiple world titles throughout their career. Also, Vasyl Lomachenko is a gold medalist in 2008 and 2012 Olympic and he is the current unified lightweight world champion who set a record for winning a world title in a few professional fights; three. Also, he is ranked as a world’s best active boxer, pound for pound by ESPN in September 2018.

Ukraine is also known for other sports as well like Pole vault because of Sergey Bubka who held the record from 1993 to 2014 with great strength, speed and gymnastic abilities and he was voted for world’s best athlete on several occasions. Basketball is also becoming popular and in 2011, Ukraine was granted to organize EuroBasket 2015 and two years later the Ukraine national basketball team finished at 6th position in EuroBasket 2013 and qualified for Fiba World Cup for the time in history. Budivelnyk Kyiv who is the Euroleague participant is the strongest professional basketball club in Ukraine. Chess is also popular and Ruslan Ponomariov is the former world champion and there are about 85 grandmasters and 198 International Masters in Ukraine. In Ukraine, rugby league is played throughout. In the 1994 Winter Olympics, Ukraine made their debut but Ukraine is better and successful in Summer Olympics as there is a winning of 115 medals in 5 appearances than Winter Olympics. Ukraine ranked 35th by number of gold medals won in the All-time Olympic Games medal count.


The traditional diet of Ukraine includes chicken, pork, beef, fish and mushrooms and they also tend to eat a lot of potatoes, grains, fresh, boiled or pickled vegetables. Traditional dishes include varenyky which is boiled dumplings with mushrooms, potatoes, sauerkraut, cottage cheese, cherries or berries. Another one named nalysnyky, in particular it is a pancake with cottage cheese, poppy seeds, mushrooms, caviar or meat. Other dishes are Kapusniak which is a soup made by meat potatoes, carrots, onions, millet, tomato paste, spices and fresh herbs; borscht which is also a soup made of beets, cabbage and mushrooms or meat; holubtsy is a roll of stuffed cabbage filled with rice, carrots, onion and minced meat; and pierogi is a dumplings filled with boiled potatoes and cheese or meat. Specialties of Ukraine also include Chicken Kiev and Kiev cake and in drinks it includes stewed fruit, juices, milk, buttermilk from which they make cottage cheese, mineral water, coffee, beer, wine and horilka which is an alcoholic beverage. 

India-Ukraine Relations

In January 1992, diplomatic relations were established between both the countries and in May 1992 the Kiev Indian Embassy was opened and Ukraine opened their mansion in New Delhi in February 1993. 

Bilateral treaties and agreements

As per today around 17 bilateral agreements have been signed between both the countries which include agreements on Co-operation in Science and Technology, Foreign Office Consultation, Co-operation in Space Research, Avoidance of Double Taxation and Promotion and Protection of Investments.

Trade relations

On the basis of the long-standing friendship, the trade relation and economic cooperation has developed between both the countries and in March 1992, the treaty and cooperation was signed which provided a major boost to trade relations. Between both countries, trade relations have been developing at a very fast pace and there has been a threefold increase in trade during 2003-2005 and it has exceeded US$1 billion. Imports of Ukraine from India have doubled and stood at US$3,214 million in 2006 but exports of Ukraine to India have increased by 3.6 times and stand up at US$7,369 million in 2006. Therefore, the total turnover in trade during 2005-2006 has exceeded to US$3.1 billion as of January 2014. Items which are imported by Ukraine from India are drugs, pharmaceutical products, ores minerals, tobacco products, tea, coffee, spices, silk and jute but the main items which are imported by India from Ukraine are chemicals, equipment, machines and engines. 

Science and technology relations

In May 1992, the agreement was signed between both the countries under which it was decided that Joint S&T Committee meets annually to discuss implementation of projects, holding of exhibitions and co-operation in scientific research. Last meeting of the committee was in Kiev in October 2007 and they approved 11 S&T projects for implementation. In December 2004, days of Ukrainian S&T were held in New Delhi and also the National space agency of Ukraine and ISRO have ongoing cooperation in the space sector. Ukraine has a very strong IT sector due to which many offshore call centers have been successful. In May 2004, to organize IT programs for schools and institutions in Ukraine, Aptech Limited which is based in Mumbai signed an agreement with International institute of Personnel Management which is the biggest IT training center in Ukraine. Biotechnology is also the latest sector where companies such Biocon, Genome etc are cooperating with each other and they also supply turbines for thermal, hydel and nuclear power plants.

Indian Community in Ukraine

There are more than 5000 Indian students studying medicine and engineering in Ukrainian universities. There is also a small Indian business community in Kyiv.

Ukraine Official Holidays



New Year's Day

1 January 2020

Orthodox Christmas Day

7 January 2020

International Women’s Day

9 March 2020

Orthodox Easter

19 April 2020

Labour Day

1 May 2020

Victory Day over Nazism in World War II

11 May 2020

Pentecost (Eastern)

7 June 2020

Constitution Day

29 June 2020

Independence Day of Ukraine

24 August 2020

Defender Day of Ukraine

14 October 2020

Charity Day in Ukraine

13 December 2020

Christmas Day

25 December 2020

Emergency Numbers

Some of the emergency numbers used in Ukraine: -

  • Emergency: - 112 (you can dial it without a sim card in the phone).
  • Fire: - 101
  • Police: - 102.
  • Ambulance service: - 103. 

National Library of Ukraine

Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine is the main academic library and main scientific information center in Ukraine. It is one of the world's largest (top twenty) national libraries. Its main building is located in Kyiv which is the capital of the country.

The library consists of about 15 million items. The library has the most complete collection of Slavic writing, archives of outstanding world and Ukrainian scientists and cultural persons. The holdings include the collection of the Presidents of Ukraine, archive copies of Ukrainian printed documents from 1917, and archives of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Address: - Holosiivskyi prospekt, 3, Kyiv, Ukraine, 03039

Embassy of India in Ukraine

Students have to register themselves with the embassy of India after reaching in Belarus. It is a very important process for any individual who is going to study or working in Belarus as it is very helpful for the individual in any case of emergency.

Embassy of India, Kyiv, Ukraine

Address: - 20-B, Maxima Berlinskogo Street (near Metro Dorohozhychy)

The Ministry of External Affairs, the government of India has launched a helpline portal named “MADAD”. The MADAD a portal has recently started a Students’ Registration Module wherein Indian students who are studying abroad can register themselves. A student registration module is available on MADAD portal at

All Indian students in Belarus are kindly requested to register themselves on the “MADAD” portal at the earliest. The following officers may be contacted any time in case of any problems faced by Indian students studying in Belarus.

Details of Embassy Officials

Ambassador Office

Mr Ravi Kumar, PA to Ambassador

Cultural & Visa Wing

Mr Kapil Sharma, Officer on Special Duty

Ms Cecelia V. Toppo, Attache (Visa, DDO & CPIO)

Mr Ravish Kumar, Attache (Culture & Property)

Mr Manoj Kumar Shukla, PA to OSD (Cul&Visa)       

Mr Kumar Anand, Teacher of Indian Culture

Administrative, Political & Commercial Wing

Mr Ambarish Vemuri, SS(Pol) & HOC

Mr Praveen Kumar Sharma, Attache (Admn)

Mr Tribhuwan Narayan Maurya, PA to HOC

Mr Akshay Singh, ASO (Accounts)

Ms Bindu, ASO (Pol & Com)

Military & Naval Wing

Commodore Sandeep Uttamrao Deshmukh, Defence Attaché

Lt. Commander Jitender Yadav, CSO

Mr. Ravi Shankar Dubey, CPO GI

Air Wing

Group Captain Sanjeev Vashishth, Air Attache

Mr. Pankaj Sharma, JWO, Assistant to Air Attache

Education and Consular Wing

Mr Bharat Singh Bisht, Second Secretary (Edu & Cons.)

Shri Anup Kotnala, PA to SS (Edu) & Cons Asstt

Some other details related to Embassy: -

  • Working Hour: - 8:30 AM to 17:00 PM
  • Emergency Contact: - Mr Bharat Singh Bisht,
  • Mob: +380933559958

·         Email: -

List of Holidays on which Embassy will be closed: -






Orthodox Christmas Day

January 7



Republic Day

January 26







Mahavir Jayanti

April 6



Orthodox Easter

April 20



Labour Day

May 1



Id-Uz-Zuha (Bakrid)

August 1




August 12



Independence Day

August 15



Ukrainian Independence Day

August 24




August 30



Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday

October 2




October 25



Milad-Un-Nabi or Id-E-Milad
(Birthday of Prophet Mohammad)

October 30



Diwali (Deepavali)

November 14



Guru Nanak’s Birthday

November 30



Christmas Day

December 25



All Applicant’s/Representative is invited to visit the VFS Visa Application Center for submission of visa documents and also for the collection of processed passports

Below are the details for your kind reference: -

VFS GLOBAL Visa Application Center – For Ukrainian Visa

Address:  Shivaji Stadium Metro Station-Mezzanine Floor, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place New Delhi-110001, India

Timings: 09:00 Hours to 16:30 Hours (Submission & Collection)

For any further information, Please Visit Website or send an email


Email id:

Phone No. 022 678 660 48 call center

1. Registration of applicants - nationals of India and other countries for submitting visa applications and personal interviewing (if necessary) is to be made via the website

The above innovations are aimed at creating more transparent and accessible conditions for issuing visas and simplifying visa procedures in general. We will use our available resources to fairly assist all applicants in allowing travel for study in time.

In this regard applicants are requested:

  1. to plan your travel and visa submission in advance

  2. to avoid multiple registrations of a visa application on the above web-site on different timings, that causes difficulties for other applicants. Such visa applications may not be processed;

  3. to submit a complete correctly filled visa application without mistakes and to ensure uploading high-quality photos. Applications with mistakes or containing incorrect information may be rejected;

  4. - to prepare for your interview, if required, by being able to clearly and concisely describe your intentions.

2. Foreigners and stateless persons shall contact Ukrainian diplomatic missions abroad to submit visa issuance documents no earlier than three months before the intended visit. Time limits for visa issuance by the Embassy of Ukraine are:

for urgent issuance – up to five working days from receipt of necessary documents. Urgent visa issuance is processed upon request of a foreigner or stateless person and in the period determined by a Ukrainian diplomatic mission abroad. Express visas are issued upon the decision of the consular officers;

for ordinary issuance – up to ten working days from receipt of necessary documents, unless otherwise stipulated by Ukraine’s international treaties. This period may be extended up to 30 working days if necessitated by additional checks.

3. The Embassy of Ukraine is not associated with any agent, translator or so-called visa consultants or other persons dealing with the process of admission of foreign students to universities in Ukraine (including “visa support”). The issuance or refusal of a visa is at the sole discretion of the Embassy of Ukraine. Any agent/translator cannot influence this decision in any way and accordingly, the Embassy shall not bear any responsibility for:

 - any actions or statements of the above-mentioned persons on behalf of the Embassy or any Embassy’s officials;

any claims of applicants arising out of advises or suggestions provided by the above-mentioned persons. 

Any of the agents (translators) providing services related to students’ admissions to universities and visa processing are not authorized to conduct any actions on behalf of the Embassy or its officials. Each applicant is treated by the Embassy the same way and has no privileges to others.

4. Applicants are requested to immediately inform the Embassy (; 00-9111 2614 6041, 00-9111 2614 6043) and local law enforcement agencies regarding any illegal actions or demands from the persons mentioned in paragraph 3, such as additional payments for “getting early appointment dates”, "positive decision of consular officers," "expediting of visa processing", "processing visa applications without personal interviewing"  etc.


Depending on the purpose of travel, these are the following types of visas: 

1) Transit Visa (B type) 

Transit visas are issued to foreigners and stateless persons to allow transit passage through the territory of Ukraine to a third country and transit carriage of cargo and passengers by automobile transport. Transit visas can be issued as singe-entry, two-entry and multi-entry visas for a period indicated in documents serving as a basis for visa issuance, but for no longer than one year, unless otherwise stipulated by Ukraine’s international treaties. The period of stay on the territory of Ukraine during each transit through Ukraine may not exceed five days.

Grounds for issuing transit visas: 

  • Proof of transit (entry to a third country (if necessary), ticket, etc.);
    • Proof of transit carriage of cargo or passengers by automobile transport;
      • License for international freight issued by relevant competency authority of a foreign state.

    • 2.) Short-term visa (C type) 

    Short-term visas are issued to foreigners and stateless persons for entry to Ukraine if their stay in Ukraine does not exceed 90 days in the period of 180 days.

  • Short-terms visas can be issued as singe-entry, two-entry and multi-entry visas with the typical period of six months or a period indicated in documents serving as a basis for visa issuance, but for no longer than five years. Notice that validity period of visa may not exceed validity period of passport.

  • Grounds for issuing short-term visas: 

  • Letter of invitation from a legal person registered in Ukraine, presented on the official letterhead, containing indication of the number assigned in the Unified State Registry of legal entities, individual entrepreneurs and citizens’ associations, registration number, date and signature, full name of the invited person, information about his/her date and place of birth, nationality, passport details, place of residence, purpose of visit, duration of intended visit to Ukraine, number of entries and place of stay in Ukraine, legal person’s obligations towards possible costs related to the invited person’s stay or departure from Ukraine;
    Notarized letter of invitation from a physical person – Ukrainian citizen, foreigner or stateless person who legally reside, temporarily or permanently, in Ukraine. Invitation shall contain full name of a physical person, details of his/her passport and temporary or permanent residency permit (for a foreigner or stateless person), address, and full name of the invited person, information about his/her date and place of birth, nationality, passport details, place of residence, purpose of visit, duration of intended visit to Ukraine, number of entries and place of stay in Ukraine, physical person’s obligations towards possible costs. related to the invited person’s stay or departure from Ukraine. The invitation shall be appended by copies of a hosting person’s passport and temporary or permanent residency permit in Ukraine (for a foreigner or stateless person);
    related to the invited person’s stay or departure from Ukraine. The invitation shall be appended by copies of a hosting person’s passport and temporary or permanent residency permit in Ukraine (for a foreigner or stateless person);
    Contract on transit carriage of cargo or passenger by automobile transport, and license for international freight;
    Ukrainian foreigner’s ID. A spouse of a Ukrainian foreigner and his/her children shall submit proof of kinship;
    • Documents confirming that the purpose of travel is tourism;
      • Document attesting to foreign investment activity, according to the legislation on foreign investment regime on the territory of Ukraine;
        • Proof that a foreigner or stateless person owns immovable property on the territory of Ukraine;
          • Letter of invitation from a religious organization agreed with a government agency that registered the charter (regulation) of a corresponding religious organization for a short-term stay with the purpose of preaching a set of beliefs, performance of religious rituals or other faith-related activity;
            • Request from a foreign mass media outlet about issuance of visa for a foreign correspondent or representative of a foreign mass media outlet who enters Ukraine for a short-term stay with the purpose of performing job-related responsibilities;
              • Request from government bodies of foreign states and international organizations;
                • Order of the Central Election Commission on registration of official observers from foreign states and international organizations for presidential elections, parliamentary elections, local elections and national referendums;
                  • Proof that a foreigner or stateless person is a spouse, parent or child of a Ukrainian citizen;



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