Ukrainian-British inter-parliamentary dialogue was established in 1993 with the visit to the UK of the delegation of the Ukrainian Parliament headed by its Chair Ivan Pliusch. In 1994 British Parliamentary delegation headed by Lord Howe of Aberavon visited Ukraine in order to get acquainted with the work of the Ukrainian Parliament.
Nowadays, representatives of both Parliaments actively cooperate within the framework of such international organizations as the OSCE, Council of Europe, NATO.
The All-party Parliamentary Group on Ukraine created in the British Parliament in January 1992 actively contributes to the inter-parliamentary dialogue between countries. Its main objective is to promote the development of bilateral relations between the UK and Ukraine.
Representatives of the UK Parliament from different political parties - Conservative, Liberal-Democratic, Labour - are members of this APPG.
Until February 2020 the All-party Parliamentary Group on Ukraine in the UK Parliament was been chaired by Conservative MP John Whittingdale, who left this position after being appointed Minister of State for Media and Data in the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Since 2 June 2020 the APPG on Ukraine is chaired by Conservative MP Mark Pritchard.