Customs Regulations in Ukraine
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Customs Regulations in Ukraine



Ukrainian law requires that travelers declare all cash and jewelry, regardless of value, upon entering Ukraine. Travelers should fill out a customs declaration and ask customs officials to stamp it. According to Ukrainian law, foreign citizens may bring up to $10,000 in cash or up to $50,000 in travelers' checks into Ukraine without a special license. A traveler must declare the cash or checks. If customs officials determine that a traveler entering or exiting the country has undeclared cash on him or her, they can and often do confiscate the undeclared funds.
Duty is payable on anything over 1 litre of spirits, 2 litres of wine, 10 litres of beer and 200 cigarettes. 


When leaving the country, foreign travelers are only allowed to take out a maximum of $3,000 in cash or as much cash as they declared upon their entry into Ukraine. If a traveler wants to take out more than $3,000, the traveler must have a customs declaration proving that he or she in fact brought the corresponding sum of money into the country.  

Export regulations by Ukraine customs

Exportation of antiques, works of art, historical treasures, artifacts deemed to be of particularly important historical or cultural value and other similar items is prohibited unless written permission from the government has been obtained. . This includes any items produced before 1950.




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