Reacting to the BBC Panorama programme, which showed racist behaviour at football matches in both the Ukraine and Poland, Ukraine's foreign ministry said the allegations were a "dreamed up and mythical problem".
"You can criticise Ukrainian society for a lot of things ... but, in the practice of racism, European Union member countries are a long way ahead of Ukraine," said ministry spokesman Oleh Voloshyn in comments reported by Interfax news agency.
FA Chairman David Bernstein has revealed England has made contingency plans to deal with potential racist violence at the Euros.
Ukraine has hit back against claims of racism among its football fans ahead of the Euro 2012 championships.
Only 6,000 England fans will travel to Euro 2012 amid fears over the threat of racism and violence.