International transit trains, those running to and and from Crimea, will stop only at certain stations
State Railways Administration of Ukraine Ukrzaliznytsia from May 8, 2014 established temporary stops for international transit trains and international trains running to and from Crimea only at certain stations, including first class stations, while all other stops are canceled.
These railway stations include Donetsk, Luhansk, Yasynuvate, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi, Chop, Ternopil, Rivne, Uzhgorod, Odesa-Holovna, Kharkiv-Pasazhyrsky, Kyiv-Pasazhyrsky, Zhmerynka, Vinnytsia, Khmelnytsky, Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhia-1, and Simferopol.
First class stations are Debaltseve, Ilovaisk, Kherson, Mykolaiv, Shevchenko Pivnichny, Poltava Pivdenna, Sumy, Kharkiv-Levada, Lozova, Kazatyn, Sevastopol, and Dzhankoi.
International trains that stop only at certain stations, including first class stations, are those Nos. 8/7 St. Petersburg-Sevastopol; 15/16 Moscow-Uzhgorod-Budapest; 17/18 Moscow-Sevastopol; 27/28 Kislovodsk (Adler)-Moscow; 53/54 Perm-Simferopol; 29/30 Moscow-Simferopol; 59/60 Moscow-Sofia; 47/48 Moscow-Chisinau; 61/62 St. Petersburg-Chisinau; 66/65 Chisinau-Moscow; 68/67 Simferopol-Moscow; 98/212 Kerch-Feodosia-Moscow; 99/100 Minsk-Simferopol; 141/142 Yekaterinburg-Simferopol; 302/356/390 Minsk-Adler/Mineralnye Vody/Anapa; 341/342 Moscow-Chisinau; 393/394 Polotsk-Simferopol.