South Africa–Ukraine relations
South African-Ukrainian relations refers to the current and historical relations between South Africa and Ukraine. South Africa established an embassy in Kiev in October 1992 while Ukraine established an embassy in Pretoria in 1995.
In 2008 South Africa was ranked second (after Ghana) among all African countries in terms of products exported to Ukraine. In that year, trade between the two countries had grown 5.4 times to $375.1 million.
- Ukraine, South Africa discuss trade, economic cooperation, Interfax-Ukraine (September 16, 2009)
- South African Department of Foreign Affairs about relations with Ukraine
- Ukrainian embassy in Pretoria
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