The single Ukraine women were eager to meet me. They were all gorgeous and alluring. Before I rushed off to Ukraine, though, I wanted to learn something about how to behave there. (Background: Single Ukraine Ladies, Ersjdamoo’s Blog, August 14, 2017.)
“Don’t do this in Ukraine,” advises one of the Ukraine women. (See her video, hopefully viewable at top.) Do not, for example, blow your nose in public. The Ukraine women will think that is gross.
In America we always say, “Hi, how are you?” But if you say that in Ukraine, they will think that you really want to know how they are, and they will begin telling you about their various aches, pains and problems.
A big boo-boo would be to say, “Well, Ukraine and Russia are basically the same.” It is true that the Russian women are also eager to meet you. But beyond that, there is a big difference. You see, Ukraine used to have a President named Viktor Yanukovych. He was elected on February 7, 2010 “in an election that the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe called transparent and honest.” But then Senator John McCain traveled to Ukraine and meddled in their election. This led to the removal from power of Yanukovych in February 2014. He is currently in exile in Russia and wanted by Ukraine for high treason.  So if you said in Ukraine that it was basically the same as Russia, the All-Ukrainian Union “Svoboda”, a national socialist political party, might haul you in for questioning. 
One other etiquette tip for when you are meeting the beautiful and alluring Ukraine women is to keep your distance. Different cultures have different social spaces customs. Suggested in the video, “Don’t do this in Ukraine,” is to keep about an arm’s length away in casual encounters.
——- Sources ——-
 “Viktor Yanukovych”, Wikipedia, August 15, 2017.
 “Svoboda (political party)”, Wikipedia, August 15, 2017.