Country Risk Code: High Risk
A state of emergency was confirmed by the Ukrainian government on 24th February 2022. The actions to be implemented will be agreed by each province (oblast) determined on the local conditions. The various measures that may be implemented in your province (oblast) could include, and are not limited to, constraints on freedom of movement, curfews, enhanced security, and ID verification. Adhere to any state emergency measures places in your Providence (oblast)
There continues to be heavy fighting around major cities including Kyiv, as well as several areas of Ukraine.
Non-Government Controlled Areas (NGCA):
Due to armed conflict including direct and indirect fire the security situation in the NGCA, and 20km within the contact line inside the GCA, remains unpredictable.Precautions can be put in place to help with Petty crimes such as pick-pocketing which can happen occasionally. More serious issue such as foreign visitors being threatened and kidnapped in the area have been reported. Mostly Urban roads continue to be in good condition however some rural areas in Ukraine have been affected and damaged
If you cannot leave safely, or decide to stay in Ukraine regardless of the state of affairs: