• In 2018, 38% of Ukrainian nationals indicated a willingness to move abroad.
  • Statistics show that among 30-year old Ukrainian nationals, 47% are interested in immigration. For the 40-year old group the rate is 38%, and 28% of 50-year old persons would look at immigrating.
  • More and more Ukrainians tend to start businesses in the EU.
  • Last year, the USA received 345,000 immigrants from Ukraine, Germany took 267,000, and Italy accepted 222,000 immigrants.
  • Ukrainians increasingly transfer their businesses to Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Hungary.
  • The USA, Germany, Canada, and Finland enjoy the greatest popularity among Ukrainians looking to emigrate.
  • In 2018, Ukrainian individual property investors massively favoured Italy, Turkey, France, Spain, and Bulgaria.
  • Between 2014 and 2015, more than 900,000 Ukrainian nationals left the country to reside elsewhere.


300 000
Every year, more than 300,000 nationals of Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan migrate overseas.
Citizens of CIS countries interested in acquiring properties worth €1 million or more preferred Germany, Great Britain, and Cyprus.
In 2016, the share of private investments in real estate worldwide reached 27%.

Data sources: United Nations, Research & Branding Group, TNS, Eurostat, Knight Frank, World Wealth Report.