Pakistan–Ukraine relations

Pakistani-Ukrainian relations



Pakistan-Ukraine relations are foreign relations between Pakistan and Ukraine. Pakistan recognized Ukraine's independence in 1991. Diplomatic relations between both countries were established 1992. However, the Pakistan and Ukraine relations were first established before the Ukrainian independence from Soviet Union.

Pakistan has an embassy in Kiev. Ukraine has an embassy in Islamabad and honorary consulates in Karachi and Lahore. Ukraine and Pakistan have been cooperating with each other in educational sectors as well as cultural exchanges. Pakistan and Ukraine also heavily cooperate with each other in aerospace engineering, aerospace technologies, bio-medical sciences and science and technology. Ukraine also sold Pakistan 320 Ukrainian T-80UD main battle tanks in a deal worth $650 million.

In January - August 2009, the bilateral trade turnover was USD 189.3 million.[1]Mohsin ali

See also


  1. "Ukraine, Pakistan will develop trade, economic cooperation". Kyiv Post. October 10, 2009. Archived from the original on June 5, 2011. Retrieved October 10, 2009.

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