According to Allcitycodes, Ukraine is a large country located in Eastern Europe. It is bordered by Russia to the east and northeast, Belarus to the northwest, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary to the west, Romania and Moldova to the southwest, and the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to the south. The total area of Ukraine is 603,628 sq km (233,062 sq mi). The terrain consists mainly of plains with some mountains in the west. The population of Ukraine is estimated at 44 million people as of 2020. The official language of Ukraine is Ukrainian while Russian is also widely spoken. The currency used in Ukraine is the hryvnia (UAH). The area code for Ukraine is +380 which can be used when dialing both within Ukraine or from abroad. To make an international call from outside Ukraine to another country you must dial “00” followed by your country’s international access code then “380” followed by your desired number. For example: 00 + 380 + 99999999 (your desired number). In addition to this, each region has its own specific telephone code which should also be included when dialing within Ukraine or from abroad e.g., 44 + 380 + 99999999 (your desired number). In terms of geography, much of Ukraine consists of fertile plains with some hills in the western part of the country and mountains in its eastern part. The Carpathian Mountains stretch across western and northern parts of Ukraine while other mountain ranges such as Gorgany are located further east. The highest peak in Ukraine is Mount Hoverla at 2061 m (6762 ft) above sea level. Other large bodies of water include Lake Synevyr which lies on Ukrainian soil and covers an area of about 28 sq km (11 sq mi). This lake forms part of a natural border between Slovakia and Poland as well as being one of Europe’s largest freshwater bodies and a major source for fish for many local communities. Check politicsezine for Ukraine Political System.