Ukraine is the second largest country of the European continent after Russia, or the largest country which is fully located in Europe.

Ukraine has a long and immensely interesting history. At different times, the words “Scythia”, “Sarmatia”, “Rus'”, “Zaporozhian Host”, “Cossack Hetmanate”, etc. were used to refer to the territory of Ukraine.

Ukraine is depicted as the state of high snow-capped Carpathian mountains, picturesque heathes and fields, broad rivers and warm seas. Since olden times extremely fertile lands, favorable climate conditions and beautiful landscapes attracted people and they gradually inhabited the territory of modern Ukraine.

Ukraine has interesting and original culture and traditions. It is also famous for its delicious cuisine.

About Ukraine
About Ukraine
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About Ukraine

National economy plays an important role in Ukrainian culture, especially in Ukrainian wedding traditions. Since olden times Ukrainian embroidery and weaving were used in clothes during folk and traditional holidays.

Ukraine has come a long way to its independence which was gained only in 1991. Today Ukraine is a unitary state. It consists of 24 regions, one Autonomous Republic of Crimea and two cities with special status: Kiev, the capital and the largest city, and Sevastopol.

Ukraine is an industrial and agricultural country, it is one of the leading exporters of ferrous metals, some types of agricultural commodities, foodstuffs, in particular, sunflower oil. Ukraine is also one of the founding members of the UN and a member of many international organizations.

The production of launch vehicles, satellites and equipment for space exploration has been established here. Ukraine is a major producer of weapons — military transport aircraft, surface-to-air missile systems, and so on.

The Ukrainian nation is one of the most hospitable ones. As they say, “Welcome to Ukraine!”