Germany–Ukraine relations are foreign relations between Germany and Ukraine. Diplomatic relations between Ukraine and Germany were established in early February 1992. Germany has an embassy in Kiev. Ukraine has an embassy in Berlin and 3 Consulates-General (in Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich).
- 1918 - In the aftermath of the Brest-Litovsk Treaty, German troops occupy most of Ukraine, and are instrumental in Pavlo Skoropadskyi coup against the Ukrainian People's Republic (April 1918) and the establishment of the short-lived Ukrainian State.
- 1941-1944 - Nazi troops (with the help of Romanians, Italians and Hungarians) occupy most of Soviet Ukraine; OUN's Ukrainian Insurgent Army alternates between fighting the Germans and accepting their help against the Soviets.
- 1944-1950s - surviving OUN leaders find refuge in the US occupation zone of Germany, which becomes home to many Ukrainian displaced persons
- 1953 - Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (then called "Radio Liberation") starts its operations in Munich, broadcasting to Ukraine in Ukrainian
- 1959 - Stepan Bandera killed in Munich by a Soviet agent
- Foreign relations of Germany
- Foreign relations of Ukraine
- Ukrainian diaspora
- Embassy of Ukraine, Berlin
- Embassy of Germany, Kiev
- "German Embassy celebrates anniversary of diplomatic ties with Ukraine". Kyiv Post. 2012-02-10. Retrieved 2012-02-10.
- German Foreign Ministry about relations with Ukraine
- German embassy in Kiev (in German and Ukrainian only)
- Ukrainian embassy in Berlin (in German and Ukrainian only)
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