A total of 1,401,447 internally displaced persons (IDPs) from the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas and Crimea have been registered in Ukraine, according to the Social Policy Ministry.
Society and Culture
Unfortunate to say that you may not find detail tourism related information about the jewel of Eastern Europe - Lviv region in western Ukraine.
On August 15, 2019, the Primate of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, the Metropolitan of Kyiv and All Ukraine Epiphanius met with First Vice President of the Ukrainian World Congress Stefan Romaniw and Director of the UWC Mission to Ukraine Serhiy Kasyanchuk.
The Ukrainian World Congress congratulated Canadian Senator Raynell Andreychuk on her birthday and thanked for her support to Ukraine and Ukrainians.
Vitaliy Markiv, a serviceman of the National Guard of Ukraine who was sentenced in Italy to 24 years in prison, turns 30 years old today.
Despite the abolition of visa requirements for short-term travels to Schengen area in June 2017, the number of Schengen visa applications from Ukrainians remains relatively large.
Member of the Parliament of Victoria Bruce Atkinson praised the important contribution of the Ukrainian community of Victoria in the development of Australia’s multicultural life.
The temporarily occupied Crimea is a “grey zone of lawlessness” and Ukrainian citizens should remember this when visiting the peninsula.
The volunteers of the Revived Soldiers Ukraine foundation raised $5,840 for the needs of the wounded Ukrainian soldiers and the Next Step Ukraine rehabilitation center.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has adopted a resolution the implementation of which will help strengthen the social protection of internally displaced persons and ensure the provision of targeted assistance.
95% of Crimean Tatars in Crimea do not recognize Russia's jurisdiction, even if they remain silent
Irish low-cost airline Ryanair launches a new route from Odesa to Budapest.
Moscow has declared an employee of Ukraine's Consulate General in St. Petersburg persona non grata in response to similar actions taken by Kyiv against a Russian diplomat, Russian news agency TASS has reported, quoting the Russian Foreign Ministry.
One in five Ukrainians who worked abroad for a long time do not plan to return to work due to low salaries and high costs of living, a survey shows.