Juni Deutschland hat das erste Spiel der EM mit gegen die Ukraine gewonnen. Die Osteuropäer brachten den Weltmeister dabei. Manuel Neuer: Der Kapitän war nicht als Ausflügler gefragt, sondern mit klassischen Torhüteraufgaben auf der Linie beschäftigt. Riesentat nach einem Kopfball. Alle Spiele zwischen Deutschland und Ukraine sowie eine Formanalyse der letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von Deutschland gegen.
The point is both can't do shyte for ITALY, what they do for the club is another thing, Balo had done it for the country. This comment is disliked by many users show.
Federico Bernardeschi is just getting better and better. He's been a talent ever since he joined us but he's getting better even more now that CR7 is on his team giving him motivation to improve.
Having CR7 isn't just an advantage for him, but he makes others around him motivated and improve. Gianluigi Donnarumma is honestly overrated I personally think he's trash even though I'm half italian but I have to be honest he's so bad.
I'd rather have the 40 year old Buffon than this kid Donnarumma. He's been given a chance after chance in AC Milan and Italian international fixtures and he is not delivering at all.
Italians can't speak English. Says the Juve fan lol. What are you on about?? Bernardeschi getting better and better?
He has come off the subs bench 5 times for Juve this season and started two champ league games - ZERO assists. Tonight, he was woeful.
First touch OK and then ruins it by taking needless additional touches and then losing the ball.
Tonight, he didn't score. That was percent Pyatov own goal. Regarding Gigio - we've seen him make mistakes but he didn't make any tonight. Not sure why pick on him, when he wasn't at fault for the goal.
Ultimately, football is a team game and we are woeful. You can mention Puttanaschi all you like, but we've won 1 game in the last ten.
Our last victory was on 9th October We've also not kept a clean sheet in the last 8 matches. Don't stop behind the goods vehicles, slip up the side of them and then feed into the customs area when the guy flags you forward for courteous Europeans, you're not jumping the queue - commercial traffic goes through a different process.
If you're in an EU registered car then make for the EU-passports, passport control section. Thence to Ukrainian passport control and then Ukrainian customs and then you're through.
Once through, just follow the main road towards Lviv on the M10 E40 - this is the route right across Ukraine to Kyiv and thence on to the east.
Stick to this - the main towns on the way are Lviv, Rivne, Zhytomyr. Watch out about km inside Ukraine, in Mostyska, as police is actively checking traffic measures here speed exceeding.
There are two road border crossings between Slovakia and Ukraine: The former one is for cars not trucks , pedestrians and cyclists, and the latter one is for motorized traffic only.
No pedestrians or cyclists are allowed. You can walk across the m long bridge from Sighetu Marmatiei , Romania. Once you get to Solotvynoe, Ukraine, you can continue your travel in a car or a train.
Bicycling is also a good possibility in summer. Note that you cannot cross the border at Kroscienko Poland on foot or by bicycle.
You must be in a vehicle. Coming from Poland by bicycle in August it took about 5 minute of waiting to flag down a driver who was willing and had space to take a person, a bicycle, and a full cycle touring kit.
The actually crossing then took about an hour or so. There was no charge by the driver or the immigration officials. There is also a border crossing between the small villages of Mali Selmentsi and Velke Slemence, Slovakia open only Holders of different passports will be rejected.
This border crossing is of no particular importance to tourists; its only advantage is the absence of queues, which are ubiquitous at border crossings for cars, especially at those on major routes.
Instead of waiting several hours, you can get to the other side in a matter of minutes through this border crossing. Be aware that all foreigners are subject to higher security measures by police when travelling on public transport, especially intercity forms of it.
If you are caught outside your base city without your official documents, be prepared for a big fine unconfirmed.
This is a particular issue if you drive as there are traffic police who regularly stop drivers and demand their paperwork.
The quickest way to get around big cities is the mini buses or subway only in Kharkiv, Kyiv, Dnipro and Kryvyi Rih: You can generally flag them down or ask them to stop at places other than the specified bus stops.
The fare is paid as soon as you get in, and is fixed no matter how far you want to go. This is the same for the conventional buses, tram, trolley-buses and the Metro.
Tell the driver that you want to get off when you are approaching the destination or press the designed button to give a signal.
Each city has an intercity bus station from which you can go pretty much anywhere in Ukraine. Fares and quality of service vary widely, depending on provider.
Trains are operated by state-owned Ukrainian Railways . Tickets may be purchased online on http: E-tickets will be sent to your email. A customer service officer may be contacted by SKYPE do not wait until adding you as friend, just send a message and wait for a reply.
The website is designed mainly for the purchase of tickets between cities in different regions and also tickets for international trains departing from Ukraine.
ID document is required upon boarding. You do not have to print a ticket purchased online however it's better , but you must have it at least on your smartphone.
Tickets purchased online can be refunded. Tickets for travel within region are also available but that will be just buying a segment ticket of inter-region train - they are more expensive and usually take more time.
So to travel from City 1 of region A to City 2 of region A it is suggested to go to local train station to buy a ticket.
While these tickets within same region may be available for purchase only in person ID document is not required , the schedule is available online in English language here: Another way to find routes between two exact stations of all routes that go through the exact station: From the other side, they are punctual, reliable and very cheap EUR For example, a journey from Lviv to Kyiv about km will cost you: Generally, in Ukraine, for long distance the train is preferred over the bus because of their comfort and because often they are even cheaper and safe.
The "Lux" sleeping cars have a two-berth cabin. Second class has cabins with four berths. Third class has six berths through which the aisle passes.
Because trains are popular in Ukraine you might have to buy the tickets in advance. This is more often the case for third class. You can check availability and even buy tickets online at Ukrainian Railways e-shop website .
It is available in English, Russian and Ukrainian. The e-shop offers both domestic and international CIS only tickets starting in Ukraine. You can choose the desired train, the seat s and buy the ticket s online.
Please also note that depending on the selected train the tickets may be of different types. Some of them with QR code could just be printed or saved to your smartphone, whereas the other ones with barcode should be exchanged at the railway station's cash desk before boarding the train.
The signs are mostly in Ukrainian Cyrillic alphabet only. Only major highways are equipped with signs written also in the Latin alphabet including village names , the rest of the roads have only Cyrillic signs with a few signs written in the Latin alphabet indicating main cities.
The best option is using GPS navigator. You can also have a good road map those available are mainly in Ukrainian, but Latin alphabet maps are starting to appear because place names aren't well posted on road signs.
You are strongly advised to respect the signs, especially speed limits. Be aware that unlike in Western countries, where limits are repeated several times, in Ukraine, an obligation or a prohibition is often indicated on a single sign, which you must not miss.
And even these signs are often far off the road, covered by branches, etc. The police are always there to remind you.
People usually drive faster anyway in a reckless manner. However, this will be changed in the nearest future, so it's advised to keep the speed limits.
The poor average quality of the roads already acts as a speed checker. Fuel is no longer a problem in Ukraine, especially for those who remember travelling to Ukraine during the early s, when petrol was considered precious.
Today, there are plenty service stations. There are varying types of fuel, such as diesel, unleaded 95 octane, and more rarely unleaded 98 octane; one finds also 80 and 76 octane.
Note that if you choose to fill-up in a rural filling station, you will need to pay first, and in cash. Even there many stations do accept credit cards, however.
The prices are slightly cheaper comparing to neighbouring EU countries, but more expensive, comparing to Russia. The main roads are OK for all cars, as long as you don't go too fast.
Numerous running repairs have created a patchwork road surface, and it will seriously test your suspension - even on the major dual carriageways.
Secondary roads are passable, but beware: Roads between villages are often little more than dirt tracks and not metalled. Road works have been ongoing, but the quality of the roads is shy of Western Europe with the exception of Kyiv.
The lighting in small towns and rural areas is poor or not-existing, so it's better avoid night driving, especially on secondary roads.
Be careful when driving in towns or villages. Sometimes animals prefer to walk on the road, and they are a hazard for all drivers. You're likely to see plenty of animals hit by cars, so be prepared Bicycle traffic is not very common, but you will sometimes see an aged man transporting a sack of grass on an old road-bike or a cycling enthusiast in bright clothes riding a semi-professional racing bike.
Those are even more likely to be met on well-maintained roads where the pavement is smooth. Also cyclists will use both lanes of the road in both directions equally ie you are just as likely to meet a cyclist coming towards you, riding on the verge, as you will travelling in your direction.
If in doubt, it's best to not drive at all, as many drivers in Ukraine do not comply with laws and drive often recklessly, often causing fatal accidents for foreigners and locals alike.
Until a few years ago, corruption among police officers was a major concern in Ukraine. However, since the Euromaidan demonstrations, the police service has been completely reformed and modernised: All police officers wear body cameras to monitor their performance, the footage of which is uploaded to social media and even broadcast on a local reality show!
When you are stopped for speeding or other offences, it is now extremely unlikely that you'll face bribery, however, this still might be possible. If you're asked about "reductions" if you pay on the spot, demand a written ticket for you to pay later instead.
Don't let them intimidate you. It's very useful to have an embassy phone number handy for these cases. If you mention that, they'll let you off the hook quicker than you know it.
There are two major bus companies that run buses from all of the major cities to and from Kyiv: The major advantage that the bus service has, is that it leaves from Boryspil  and stops in Kyiv , so if your destination is not Kyiv , its easier then taking a bus to the Main Passenger Railway Station  in Kyiv.
They are standard coach buses, serve cold drinks and tea, show movies, and make a stop about every hours. Buses  run every few hours.
VIP bus to and from Odesa that has nice leather seats and is more less non-stop. It departs once a day, takes four hours or so both to and from Kyiv and costs about UAH Ukraine International Airlines  offers cheap flights and can be a time-saving alternative.
However, be sure to book early for the cheapest fares. The flights can be booked online comfortably in English.
Hitchhiking in Ukraine is average. It's possible to go by hitchhiking - usually cargo trucks will take you for free - but it's still worth to try stop personal cars as well.
Good people are everywhere; you may be picked up in a Lada or a Lexus. More usually the former. The usual hitchhiking gesture also used to hail taxis and marshrutkas is to face oncoming traffic and point at the road with a straight right arm held away from the body.
Sometimes, for visibility, you may add a downward waving motion of the open right hand. It's a good idea to write on a piece of paper your destination's name.
Ukrainian is the official language. Ukraine has only one transliteration system to represent English-spelling names.
This mostly happens because of Russian several-century propaganda and forced Russification of Ukraine. As for internet today, way more Russian-speaking internet users actively use wrong 'Kiev' version, other Russian speakers in Ukraine do follow that as well.
A lot is made as part of war against Ukraine by Russian professiional users and government who overuse rights of administrators on Wikipedia.
This distortion affects other foreigners and creates sometimes different names of the same geographical object used in the internet.
Official and the only correct names may be found here, in Ukrainian law which preserves the most proper spelling: Board Of Geographical Names website.
Ukraine is actively fighting Russification and implements decomunization laws. In the eastern parts and especially Crimea, Russian is the most commonly spoken language.
In the central and eastern parts of the country, you may also find people using these two languages simultaneously so called surzhyk—mix of languages.
In Crimea there is also a nourished community of speakers of Crimean Turkish; a Turkic language closely related to Turkish, Turkmen and Azeri.
Young people are more likely to speak a little English, as it is the most widely taught foreign language in school. Most people in the tourism industry hostels etc.
Virtually nobody in any official position train stations, police, bus drivers, information desks, etc.
Be aware though that some people simply do not wish to communicate with you if you speak some Russian due to Russian occupation of Crimea and Donbas region.
It is a good idea to familiarize yourself with the Cyrillic alphabet to save you a lot of time and difficulty. Nearly all signs are in Ukrainian.
Hike in Carpathian Mountains around Rakhiv. Conquer 2,m Hoverla, part of the Chornohora mountain range. Kayak down Dniester and admire Kamianets-Podilskyi and Khotyn castles.
Currency exchange points that exchange Euros, US dollars, Russian rubles and British pounds are very common in cities, and the exchange rate is usually very fair except in Kyiv, where the exchange rate is higher compared to other cities.
When doing person-to-person payments, you might be able to pay in Euros or US dollars, as those are widely recognized, and you might in fact get better rates than in official exchange points.
However, be careful, because it's not legal to make payments with foreign currency. If you don't want to have trouble exchanging money keep one of these currencies: In South and East Ukraine, it is almost impossible to exchange other currency.
It worth opening a bank account in PrivatBank. You will need local phone number it is required for login. Online banking is excellent.
You may access CVV2 code and expiry date of the card online. Online banking has English version. Most transactions are credited real time.
You can make moneygram and western union transfers both receive and accept online. Note that you cannot make foreign currency transfers within Ukraine, only in UAH.
PrivatBank name cards with photo costs 2 USD, wait for a week to get or PrivatBank MasterCard cards may be used to pay for subway in Kyiv and maybe in other cities also possible; all cards with PayWave and PayPass should be accepted, please double check it.
Before leaving Ukraine be sure that you have activated your cards by changing default pin code and you new phone number You can do it even abroad by sending sms command to technical bank number.
Unlike other banks, PrivatBank is from national bank, government owned so all deposits are safer to be kept here. You may manage them online.
Financial phone required for login may also be changed online. Ukrainian cuisine is tasty, and just as other cuisines in the region uses a lot of fat ingredients, especially in the festive dishes.
The first, salo, is perhaps something you might not make yourself try - however is a delicious side dish, as for the soups being a must-have dish. If you are outside a big city or in doubt about food, exercise caution and common sense about where you buy food.
Try to buy groceries only in supermarkets or large grocery stores, always check the expiration date, and never buy meat or dairy products on the street you can buy them at the market but not near the market.
In most towns in Ukraine there are some very good restaurants. Read the menu boards posted by the entrance of every establishment to help you to choose.
You may also find nice places to eat not by signs, but just by the smoke of traditional wood fires. Restaurateurs are very friendly, and, more often than not, you will be one of their first foreign visitors.
You have to try varenyky with potatoes and cottage cheese in a sauteed onion and sourcream sauce, a fantastic dish. These are just starters, but ones that might fill you up quickly.
The legal drinking and purchasing age of alcoholic beverages is Drinking in public is not allowed. The Ukrainian speciality is "horilka" with pepper.
Other kinds of horilka are also quite popular - linden tilia , honey, birch, wheat. There is a great choice of wine, both domestic and imported.
The domestic wines mostly originate in the south, in the Crimean region - known for wine making dating back to early Greek settlement over 2, years ago, although wines from the Carpathian region of Uzhorod are also quite tasty.
Ukraine is also famous for its red sparkling wines. The price of imported wines dropped significantly over the last number of years and trends indicate further reductions in price due to inegration of Ukraine with EU.
There are a lot of beverages both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Ukrainian beer is of very good quality. Beer from barrels or kegs more common in cafes is often watered down.
Canned beer is not very common in Ukraine and sometimes not of the same quality as the same variety sold in bottles. All told, Ukrainian beers are very tasty and gaining popularity elsewhere in Europe.
During the summer one can easily buy it from designated street vendors. Milk drinks, of all sorts, are also available, although mostly in supermarkets.
Bottles of high-quality mineral water are available everywhere, as well as lemonades, beer, and strong drinks. When seeking to buy bottled water make sure to ask for "voda bez hazu" water without gas otherwise you are likely to be handed the carbonated drink.
Every year a few die or go blind as a result of poisoning from methyl alcohol, a compound used to make fake cheap copies. In Ukraine it's possible to buy Cognacs from other former Soviet republics.
The Moldavian and Armenian cognacs are quite good and not expensive. Hotels might be a traumatic experience for a westerner anywhere outside Kyiv.
The cheaper the hotel, the larger the chance of some quite unfortunate surprises, especially for those not familiar with the Soviet-style level of service which still remains in many places.
There are a number of 5-star hotels in Kyiv and one in Donetsk Donetsk is occupied by Russia ; see guides for those cities for listings.
Another option is to rent an apartment on the internet before you leave your country. There are many to choose from in Kyiv and Odesa.
If you would like to go down this route you can either look at airbnb which will have English speaking hosts but higher prices or look at doba.
What many people from ex-Soviet countries do is to go to the railway station, where they try to find people who are willing to rent a room.
Prices are usually much cheaper and if there are enough people, offering the room you can make great deals especially in tourist cities like in Yalta, people are almost fighting to be able to talk to you.
These deals are usually not legal and they will take you to a corner before negotiating. Make sure they have warm water, and don't be afraid to say it's not what you expected when seeing the room.
There are a lot of foreign students in Ukrainian universities. Bribery is huge, you can obtain a diploma here having attended just twice the first and last days of study if you have money.
That's a hyperbole, of course, but the real life is not much different. Of course if one wants to obtain good knowledge they will, but motivation in such a situation is low.
Many universities are now offering high quality distance courses. Getting a work permit visa is a necessity for foreigners if they are going to be employed by any legal entity exceptions apply only for international institutions and representative offices of foreign companies.
The work permit is more of a hiring permit. The potential employer has to apply with the labour administration for hiring an non-resident employee.
With the application a complete cv, as well as documents showing an accredited education, have to be submitted.
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