Ukraine - Arkas Logistics

Ukraine - Arkas Logistics


General Information

DescriptionConsisting of a total of 26 administrative regions, Ukraine's form of government is a unitary constitutional republic with a semi-presidential system. While nearly 20% of the country's population consists of citizens of Russian origin, other minorities are around 5%.

Ukraine, which declared its independence from the Soviet Union on August 24, 1991, is the closest candidate to become a European Union country among the European Union candidates today.

The country has large forests and steppes. It is also very rich in terms of water resources (rivers and lakes).

Economic Structure

With the structural reforms in technology and industrialization in recent years, it has become the second largest economy in Eastern Europe. The fact that the ratio of the total arable land to the surface area of Ukraine is around 70% is the most important factor in the development of agriculture. Ukraine, which cannot make intensive exports in agriculture due to some economic obstacles, is one of the European countries with the lowest food inflation in the domestic market.

Antonov, the Ukrainian state-owned aircraft manufacturing and service company, is the world's largest manufacturer of cargo aircraft. It is a highly developed country in the aviation industry. For example; In our country, while training is given with 2 planes in the space and aviation department of Istanbul Technical University, training is given with 42 planes at Kiev Polytechnic University. Ukraine's main export products are; coal, large diameter pipes, iron and cargo planes.

The vast majority of Ukrainian citizens have middle-class living standards. The poor population is only around 0.8%.

General Information About Ukraine

It is the second largest country in the European continent, after the part of Russia located on the European continent. Ukraine, which has a coast to the Black Sea and Azov Sea in the south, is neighbor to Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Russia to the east, Belarus to the north-west, and Romania and Moldova to the south-west.