Embassy of Ukraine, Vilnius


The Embassy of Ukraine in Vilnius is the diplomatic mission of Ukraine in Lithuania.[1]

Embassy of Ukraine in Vilnius
LocationVilnius
Address4 Teatro str, Vilnius
Coordinates54°40′51″N 25°16′26″E
AmbassadorValery Zhovtenko

History


Ukraine recognised independence of Lithuania on August 26, 1991. Lithuania recognised independence of Ukraine on December 4, 1991. Diplomatic relations were established on December 12, 1991. The Embassy of Ukraine in Lithuania was opened in August 1993. The Embassy is located in a building acquired by Ukraine in July 1994.

Ukraine has an embassy in Vilnius and 3 honorary consulates (in Klaipėda, Šalčininkai and Visaginas).[2]

Ambassadors


  1. Siluyan Muzhilovsky (1649)
  2. Volodymyr Kedrovskiy (1919–1921)
  3. Mikhaylo Parashchuk (1921)
  4. Eugene Terletsky (1921–1923)
  5. Rostislav Bilodid (1992–1999)
  6. Valentyn Zaichuk (2000–2001)[3]
  7. Mykola Derkach (2001–2004)
  8. Boris Klimchuk (2004–2008)
  9. Ihor Prokopchuk (2008–2010)[4]
  10. Valery Zhovtenko (2011–2015)[5][6]
  11. Volodymyr Yatsenkivsky (2015 - )

See also


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