Some (welcomed) visa liberalization news in this closening Europe: Macedonia has suspended its visa requirements for Ukrainian citizens for a one year trial period. The decision is effective from 15 March 2012 until 15 March 2013. This comes as an extension of a first six-month test, which ran from May until October 2011.
Ukrainian citizens may enter the territory of Macedonia for a 90-day visa-free period. Some requirements are left valid: provide valid passport, travel documents for children, health insurance policy and evidence of financial autonomy, that is 50 euros per day of staying in the country.
Macedonian citizens do not need a visa either to enter Ukraine (http://www.mfa.gov.mk/?q=node/270&language=mk).