The bilateral Ukraine-US treaty and legal framework consists of over 150 international documents. Given the strategic nature of cooperation between the two countries, new treaties and agreements are being negotiated and concluded on a permanent basis. On top of that, the two countries are parties to to more than 100 multilateral treaties and arrangements. The bilateral treaty and legal framework covers a wide range of issues related to Ukraine-US relations, including political cooperation, trade and economy, science and technology, humanitarian issues, legal assistance etc.
Among the key documents shaping the political and legal cooperation are the United States-Ukraine Charter on Strategic Partnership, the Priorities of Ukraine-US Cooperation (Road Map), the Agreement Regarding Humanitarian and Technical Economic Cooperation, the Treaty Concerning the Encouragement and Reciprocal Protection of Investments, the Agreement on the Protection and Preservation of Cultural Heritage, the Agreement Regarding the Implementation of International Assistance Programs and Projects in Military Sphere, the Bilateral Protocol on Mutual Access to Markets of Goods and Services, the Treaty on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters et al.
The existing bilateral framework creates a sufficiently wide political and legal basis for further development of Ukraine-US relations within key areas of bilateral interest.
Continuously updated public database of bilateral and multilateral international documents where both Ukraine and the United States are parties to can be found at the Verkhova Rada of Ukraine (the Parliament) website at https://zakon.rada.gov.ua/laws/main/c380 .