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Mick asks: How do you line up a persons address when sending them something from the US. Name then street?
It will look something like this: To: Ivan Ivanov Address: ulitsa Lenina, d.10, kv.100, Berdyansk, Zaporozhye oblast, Ukraine - "ulitsa" is "street", "d." - "house", "kv." - "apartment". You can also write the postal (zip) code of the place, if you have one, either at the beginning of the address or at the end. Also the following official info about international mail
from the site of Ukrainian postal service may be useful.