The resettlement of Azerbaijanis into the territory of Ukraine is marked by certain historical events, dominated by migration processes that were primarily economic in nature. About 2,300 Azerbaijanis are native Ukrainian speakers. Ukraine is also host to a number of Azerbaijani guest workers which has yet to be ascertained.
The majority of Azerbaijanis are Muslim, mainly Shia. Azerbaijanis are one of the least religious nations on earth. They don't regularly practice their religion or not showing their faith in the way they dress. Currently, 15 regions of Ukraine have national cultural societies for Azerbaijanis and in 8 regions - study of Azerbaijani language and literature exists in Sunday schools. Publishment of the magazine "Voice of Azerbaijan" (Azerbaijani and Ukrainian) started in Kiev since 1998. First Azerbaijani newspaper in Ukraine Millət (The Nation) is publishing since 1991 in Crimea.
Ukrainian have hosted a street procession and commemoration ceremonies dedicated to Khojaly Massacre, March Days and Black January. Heads of regional organizations of the Congress of Ukrainian Azerbaijanis (CUA), members of the Mission of the World Azerbaijanis Congress (WAC) in Ukraine, intellectuals, youth, students and activists of the Diaspora celebrates national holidays like Republic Day and National Salvation Day.
On May, 2011 a restored monument to Azerbaijani soldiers of the 77th division was opened in Sevastopol.