The legal base of bilateral cultural and humanitarian cooperation constitute intergovernmental agreements on cooperation in education and research (September, 2003), in culture (July, 2003) in tourism (July, 2003), and well as agreements on cooperation between Ukrainian and Lebanese universities.
The Embassy of Ukraine, with the support of the Ukrainian community in Lebanon, holds the annual Shevchenko Days, presentations of Ukrainian book products at the International Arab Book Fair in Beirut, festivals of Ukrainian Culture in the cities of Douma, Beirut, Byblos, Zakhle, Tripoli, Saida, concerts of Ukrainian performers and creative groups, Ukrainian film festivals in Lebanon, the Day of Ukrainian writing and language in Byblos, music festivals on the occasion of St. Nicholas Day, fashion shows in Lebanon and the Middle East by Ukrainian designers.
In 2017 the Ukrainian park was opened near the Embassy of Ukraine in Lebanon, in which a memorial plaque was installed in 2020 with an Arabic translation of the "Testament" of the outstanding Lebanese writer M. Nuayme carved on a stone.
On the 30th anniversary of the restoration of the Independence Day of Ukraine, on August 19, 2021, the monument to Taras Shevchenko was opened in the "Ukrainian Park". The bronze monument to the Great Ukrainian Poet, the author of which is the Lebanese sculptor and graduate of the Ukrainian Academy of Fine Arts Pierre Karam, became the first in the Middle East and hundreds abroad of Ukraine.
An essential component in the cultural and humanitarian sphere is the theme of the Holodomor in Ukraine of 1932-33, which includes round tables and photo exhibitions, and memorial liturgy and memorial service for the victims of the Holodomor.
To disseminate the works of Ukrainian literature and present them to the target audience's needs, the Embassy provides its professional translation into Arabic. Translations into Arabic were carried out, and the collection "Withered Leaves" by I. Franko, the book "Beirut Stories" and the poetry collection "Palm Branch" by A. Krymskyi, the popular science edition "History of Ukraine. Short course" by O. Palia, the first Ukrainian-Arabic dictionary in the history of domestic book publishing (edited by Yurko Kocherzhynskyi, Ali Subh), the book "Ukrainian Lebanon" by the Ambassador of Ukraine I. Ostash in Ukrainian and Arabic, two volumes of prose works by L. Ukrainka, reprint edition of Mazepyn's Gospel in Arabic for the Antioch Patriarchate, printed at the expense of I. Mazepa, "Journeys to the Holy Places of the East" by V. Hryhorovych-Barsky, collections of poetry by Vasyl Stus and selected works by Hryhorii Skovoroda.
To support the affected civilian population and the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Embassy organizes charity events to collect funds and send humanitarian aid, which includes medicines, medical equipment, food products, and clothing. During the four months of Russian aggression against Ukraine, the Embassy collected and sent about 70 thousand US dollars and 5 tons of humanitarian goods to Ukraine.