Entry into Ukraine is possible through international and interstate border crossings.
Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian aggression, due to the high risk to aviation security, the airspace of Ukraine has been closed to civilian aviation. Accordingly, during the martial law, there is no air service between Denmark and Ukraine.
The nearest international airports to the borders of Ukraine are found in Poland (Lublin, Rzeszów, Warszawa), Slovakia (Košice), Hungary (Debrecen), Romania (Suceava) and Moldova (Chișinău).
Road entry into Ukraine from Europe is possible through Ukraine’s interstate border with Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova. It is also possible to enter Ukraine through sea, ferry and river border crossings.
Some border crossings across the state border of Ukraine are temporarily closed by order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine* Nr. 288-r of 13 March 2020. All currently active border crossings are displayed on the interactive map.
The admittance of persons crossing the border is carried out by the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. It carries out border control which involves checking the passport document and eligibility to enter Ukraine, as well as inspection of vehicles, cargo, goods (items) and other property.
Upon completion of the inspection, the State Border Guard Service officer at the border crossing puts a stamp with the appropriate mark “Entry” or “Departure”, as well as other necessary marks.
* Automatic Google-translation into English