Ukraine conducts considered, consistent and purposeful activity in foreign policy, accordingly, main ways of its foreign policy in the whole stay invariable from the time when independence was proclaimed in 1991.Ukraine successively and steadily builds its foreign policy on the base of strictly sticking to principles of international law, UNO Charter and other international legal acts. Such position of our country is confirmed in "Basic ways of foreign policy of Ukraine" approved by Verkhovna Rada on July 2nd 1993. This is a conceptual document that activity of Ukraine in foreign policy is grounded on.At this stage the following three main ways of activity of Ukraine in foreign policy can be singled out:1) development of bilateral intergovernmental relationships;2) European and Euro-Atlantic integration;3) multilateral diplomacy.There are two chief ways of activity of Ukrainian diplomacy in bilateral relationships:- relationships with neighbour countries;- relationships with strategically important partners and influential countries of the world.European and Euro-Atlantic integration first of all means the following:- further political and institutional rapprochement with EC and evolutional advancement to the end goal, integration of Ukraine to European Community;- adaptation of Ukrainian legislation to the norms of EC and Council of Europe as a key integration element;- intensification of relationships of Ukraine with NATO as one of the components of the overall system of European stability and safety.The following chief ways of activity in foreign policy can be singled out in the bounds of multilateral diplomacy:- maintenance of effective participation of the country in the activity of international organizations;- establishment of effective regional and subregional cooperation, increase of the role of Ukraine in regional and subregional organizations, forums and associations;- activation of activity in multilateral agreements in the field of disarmament including nuclear, actions of confidence, peacemaking and supportive operations, safety regimes and control mechanisms.