If you need to contact the British Embassy, please call 380 , or send an email to [email protected] 70, 300 British nationals visited Ukraine in 2016. See Road travel Beware of petty crime, especially in crowded areas and tourist spots or when using public transport.See Crime Terrorists are likely to try to carry out attacks in Ukraine.But along the roads, on the scarred landscape, is another reminder of the civil war, one which continues to pose a great problem for the government in Kiev.These are coal mines which are now in the Russian sponsored Donetsk Peoples Republic, lost to Ukraine.Information on border crossing procedure, entry/exit regulations and checkpoints are provided at the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine website.There are no scheduled flights into or out of Donetsk and Luhansk airport.If you travel to eastern Ukraine to fight, or to assist others engaged in the conflict, your activities may amount to offences against UK terrorism or other legislation and you could be prosecuted on your return to the UK.
Civilians continue to get caught up in the fighting.
The FCO is not able to provide consular services to anyone in Crimea.
Russian forces and pro-Russian groups have established full operational control in Crimea.
Summary (other parts of Ukraine, including Kyiv) - There have been several rallies in central Kyiv since 14 October 2017.
Some political parties and groups are continuing to hold rallies.