"We have got statistics of Ukrainians' trips abroad. At the same time we have not asked the purpose of their travel for many years, therefore we cannot say how many of our compatriots have left as immigrants," head of the State Border Service of Ukraine Oleh Slobodyan said, Channel 112 Ukraine reported.
Last year, about 25 million Ukrainians crossed the border to enter the country and "about the same number, relatively speaking, have returned to Ukraine," he said.
Read alsoCrimea becomes less attractive to Russian tourists – Kommersant"We can say that the dynamics are stable, so is the choice of the three most popular destinations where Ukrainians travel most. This is Poland with about 10 million compatriots. The Russian Federation ranks second with about 5 million and the third place belongs to Hungary with 3 million. These countries were in the lead in the previous years," Slobodyan said.