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Contents
Information about Ukraine………………………………………………..................................................….3
Travelling around Ukraine..............................................................................................................................4-5
The map of Ukraine……………………………………………......................................................................6
Visa……………………………………............................................................................................................6
National holidays of Ukraine:……………………………………...................................................................7
Leave ……………………................................................................................................................................7
Embassies………………………………………………….............................................................................8
Ukrainian banks and national currency………………...................................................................................9
Information about Kryviy Rih ………………………………...........................................................................10
Getting around town:........................................................................................................................................11
a) Busses...........................................................................................................................................................11
b) Taxis...............................................................................................................................................................11
c) Schools and nursery schools........................................................................................................................11
Information about “ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih”………………...........................................................................12
Meetings: conference rooms……………………………………………………...........................................13
Housing.............................................................................................................................................................14
Meals: Canteens…...…………………............................................................................................................14
Shopping: shopping centers, markets…………………………………………............................................15
Healthcare in Kryviy Rih: social and medical security....................................................................................16
A) Chemist's shop............................................................................................................................................16
B) Emergency numbers…………………………………………………………….......................................17
Contact and useful phone numbers………………………………..............................................................17
Telephone country codes………………………………………………………............................................17
Information about Ukraine
Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. It borders Russia to the east, Belarus to the north, 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 city of Kiev (Kyiv) is Ukraine's capital.
The nation's history began with that of the East Slavs. From at least the 9th century, the territory of Ukraine
was a center of the medieval Varangian dominated East Slavic civilization forming the state of Kievan Rus',
which disintegrated in the 12th century. From the 14th century on, the territory of Ukraine was divided
among a number of regional powers and by the 19th century the largest part of Ukraine was integrated
into the Russian Empire with the rest under Austro-Hungarian control. After a chaotic period of incessant
warfare and several attempts at independence (1917–1921) following the Russian Revolution and
the Great War, Ukraine emerged in 1922 as one of the founding republics of the Soviet Union.
The Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic's territory was enlarged westward shortly before and after
the Second World War, and again in 1954 with the Crimea transfer. In 1945, the Ukrainian SSR became
one of the co-founding members of the United Nations. Ukraine became independent again after
the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991. This began a transition period to a market economy, in which
Ukraine was stricken with eight straight years of economic decline. But since about the turn of
the century, the economy has been experiencing a stable increase, with real GDP growth averaging about
seven percent annually.
Ukraine is a unitary state composed of 24 oblasts (provinces), one autonomous republic (Crimea), and
two cities with special status: Kiev, its capital, and Sevastopol, which houses the Russian Black Sea Fleet
under a leasing agreement. Ukraine is a republic under a semi-presidential system with separate
legislative, executive, and judicial branches. At the end of 2004, the country underwent an extensive
constitutional reform that has changed the balance of power among the parliament, the prime minister,
and the cabinet, as well as their relationship with the president.
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Travelling around Ukraine
Famous cities of Ukraine
Kyiv
Kiev is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine, located in the north central part of the country on
the Dnieper River. As of April 2007, official estimates placed the population of Kiev at about
2.7 million inhabitants, although some much higher unofficial estimates are often published.
Kharkov
Is the second largest city in Ukraine. It is the administrative center of the Kharkiv Oblast (province),
as well as the administrative center of the surrounding Kharkivskyi Raion (district) within the oblast.
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Travelling around Ukraine
Famous cities of Ukraine
Crimea
Is an autonomous republic of Ukraine on the northern coast of the Black Sea occupying a peninsula
of the same name.
The total area of the republic is 26,200 km². As of 2007, Crimea has a population of 1,973,185
inhabitants. The capital of Crimea is the city of Simferopol.
Odessa
The city is a major seaport located on the shore of the Black Sea and the fourth largest city in Ukraine
with a population of over 1 mio. On January 1, 2000 the Quarantine Pier of Odessa trade sea port was
declared a free port and free economic zone for a term of 25 years.
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Map of Ukraine, Visa
Visa: Visa is required for most nationalities. Fore more information please contact our protocol department
(Shtanko Vladimir Igorevich): +38(067) 569 31 93 [email protected] would be glad to help
and would process all documentary needs for the Visa.
Ukrainian visa could take up to one month depending on the nationality. Most members of EU do not
require visa for travelling to Ukraine.
Other documentation required to work and live in Ukraine:
- work permit
- residence permit
The documentation will be facilitated by our protocol department.
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Going on holiday
A.Holidays as per Ukrainian legislation
January, 1– New Year;
January, 7– Christmas;
March, 8 – International Women' Day;
April, 26 – Easter;
May 1, 2 – International day of workers' solidarity;
May, 9 –
Victory Day;
June, 11 – Trinity;
June, 28 – Ukrainian Constitution Day;
August, 24 – Ukrainian Independence Day.
B. Leave
No of days of leave are as per the entitlement and would be as per standard norms.
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Embassies
Embassies
German Embassy
vul.B.Hmelnitskogo 25 Kiev,
.Tel.: (+38-044) 247-68-00; 216-74-98
Belgian Embassy
vul.Leontavic 4 Kiev,
Tel.: (+38-044) 238-26-00
Spanish Embassy
vul.Degtyarevskaya, 38-44, floor 7
Tel.: (+38-044) 213-18-58
French Embassy
vul.Reitarskaya, 39 Kiev,
Tel.: (+38-044) 228-49-04
British Embassy
vul. Desyatinnaya, 9 Kiev,
Tel.: (+38-044) 462-00-11
India Embassy
vul.Terehina, 4 Kiev
Tel.: (+38-044) 468-66-61; 468-62-19
Italian Embassy
vul.Yaroslavov Val, 32-á Kiev
Tel.: (+38-044) 230-31-00; 230-31-01
Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
Kontractovaya Square, 7 Kiev
Tel.: (+38-044) 490-82-00
Belgian Embassy
vul.Leontavich, 4 Kiev
Tel.: (+38-044) 238-26-00
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National currency and Ukrainian banks
National currency: grivnya
1 EUR - 7.65 UAH
1 USD - 4.85 UAH
.1 GBP - 9.6 UAH
Ukrainian banks
UniCredit Bank
www.unicredit.com.ua
OTP BANK Ukraine
www.otpbank.com.ua
ING Bank Ukraine
www.ingbankukraine.com
Ukrainian National bank
www.bank.gov.ua
PROMINVESTBANK
www.pib.com.ua
UkrSibbank
www.ukrsibbank.com.
CitiBank
www.citibank.ru
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Information about the city of Kryviy Rih
The city has received its name due to the form of a curve horn on the merge of the rivers Ingulets and
Saksagan where the first settlement was founded. According to another version, the name was given after
Zaporizhzhia cossack Horn nicknamed "Lame" ("Curve") who lodged in this picturesque place.
Kryviy Rih is the centre of Kryviy Rih iron ore basin, the major raw-material base of metallurgy of Ukraine.
The city has powerful ore mining and metallurgical complex, including four ore mining and beneficiation
complexes, one mine group and others. The predominant assortment is: iron ore, concentrate,
agglomerate pellets, pig iron, steel, finished rolled metal (rebars, angles, wire rod).
Kryviy Rih takes the third place in the world in extraction of iron ore, mining complex of Kryviy Rih provides
about 90 percent of total amount of extraction of iron ore, manufacture of a concentrate and pellets
in Ukraine.
Kryviy Rih takes the eight place in Ukraine in population – 690, 6 thousand of people.
There are educational establishments of all types, 149 preschool educational
establishments, 4 boarding schools for children with disabilities, 4 children's houses, 3 orphanages and a
teaching- and-educational social - rehabilitation complexes. The medium of education is Ukraine/Russion.
Kryviy Rih of today is a big city it stretches from the south to north by 126 kilometers while it is only 20
kilometers wide/ the administrative division of the city is as follows: there are seven districts, five townships
and a suburban town Ingulets.
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Getting around town
Buses
Buses from all parts of the town:
Railway station– Chervonaya (ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih)
Bus. ¹286
Railway station – Sotsgorod
Bus. ¹286
Chervonaya(ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih) – Sotsgorod
Bus ¹286, ¹219, ¹364, ¹295
Airport – Sotsgorod
Bus ¹153
Railway station – Airport
Bus ¹153
Site of Ukrainian railway
http://www.uz.gov.ua/index.php?lng=ru
Taxi in Kryviy Rih
http://www.lubimoetaxi.com.ua
Schools and nursery schools
In Kryviy Rih there are over 106 schools and over 95 kindergardens (medium of education is Ukrainian/
Russian)
OJSC “ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih”
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Information about OJSC “ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih”
OJSC “ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih” is a powerful mining and metallurgical complex. Today “ArcelorMittal
Kryviy Rih” is an integrated mill which includes coke and by-product, ore mining and beneficiation, blast
furnace, steel-making and rolling production process.
The production capacities of the enterprise are planned for 6 million tones of rolled metal, about 7 million
tones of steel and more than 7,8 million tones of pig iron per year.
High-quality and certified products with the trademark of “ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih” are exported to almost
all regions of the world making “ArcelorMittal Kryviy Rih” a reliable partner to meet the requirements of all
customer.
The major export regions are: Middle East, Europe, Africa, Algeria, EU and Eastern Europe, apart from
the domestic market of Ukiraine and CIS.
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Conference rooms
ArcelorMittal Academy
2 conference rooms which can accommodate 70 and 500 persons.
Apart from the above the main building has many conference rooms.
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The company housing and canteens
Kudashevo
Kiyanka
Canteen in every shop
Mill administration
Housing:
The expatriate management team live at Kudashevo.
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Shopping
The shopping centres
There are 5 large shopping centers in Kryviy Rih:
- Metro
- O'K
- Galereya-Nova
- Plaza
- Interspar
Markets
Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday there are markets in Prospect Mira street and
Prospect Metallurgov street. There you can make your purchases from 7 in the morning to 2 p.m.
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Healthcare in Kryviy Rih
For the medical care for expatriate employees and their family members, the company has cocluded a
contract with Medicom Clinic.
All the employees of OJSC “ArcelorMittal” are insured in the State Social Insurance Fund.
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Chemist's shops
Chemist's shop "Farmatsiya-Veteran"
vul. Revolutsionnaya, 11/2
0564-23-30-04
Chemist's shop "Medservis"
vul. Kremlevskaya, 3
0564-66-11-96
Chemist's shop "Galeon" ¹2
vul. Lermontov, 4
0564-92-40-61
Chemist's shop "Galeon" ¹1
Artem area, 1
056-440-18-23
Chemist's shop "Bair"
microrayon. Solnechniy, 7
056-440-21-28
Chemist's shop "Farmatsiya" ¹20
vul. Marshaka, 1à
0564-38-41-31
Chemist's shop "Spektrums" ¹1
vul. Podbelskogo, 3
0564-65-52-84
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Emergency and useful phone numbers
Emergency numbers
Fire safety - 01
Police - 02
Emergency - 03
Contact and useful phone numbers
Protocol department (Shtanko Vladimir Igorevich):+38(067) 569 31 93 [email protected]
+38(0564) 78 53-09 (English language available)
Referral service of information technologies +38(0564) 78 53 97
Telephone country codes:
Germany
Argentina
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
China
Denmark
Spain
United States
France
India
Italy
Luxembourg
Morocco
Mexico
Netherlands
Ukraine
United Kingdom
Turkey
+49
+54
+61
+43
+32
+55
+1
+86
+45
+34
+1
+33
+91
+39
+352
+212
+52
+599
+38
+44
+90
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