Mexican, thank you for your interest.
Well, there more Ukrainians on the planet of Venus then in some vagante groups, which claim to be Ukrainian Orthodox. Secondly, awful leadership of Filaret Denisenko when he was the leader of Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Moscow Patriarchate contributed to the current situation. Back then, he was a servant of Moscow and committed many anti-Ukrainian actions. For example, he was strongly opposed to services in Ukrainian. Only when he lost elections of the Patriarch of Moscow in 1990, he a little bit changed his tone. He really re-positioned himself in spring of 1992, when he was suspended by the meeting of UOC-MP bishops in Kharkiv. That was not a sincere change in opinion, just a pure egoism and desire for power. Sure, the status of Filaret's group is very far way from being canonical.
In my own conclusion, based on years of observation, as soon as the Local Orthodox Church in Ukraine will be created, united and recognized, most divisions.
Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church is not limited to Western Ukraine, while it is much stronger there. I have a lot of respect to this jurisdiction, while I am a little bit careful regarding personality of Metropolitan Methodios Kudryakov. His predeccessor, Patriarch Dimitriy Yarema of blessed memory, was a real servant of God with a great erudition. I believe that with time UAOC will achieve recognition in one form or another.
Also, I am very concerned regarding Metropolitan Agathangel Savin, officially third in charge at UOC-MP. De-facto, he is second in charge, because the the hierarch #2, Metropoltian Nikodim Rusnak, while a sincere beleiver and a good hierarch, is 85 years old and in failing health. Metropolitan Agathangel Savin is a completely immoral individual, a hater of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, a Russian chauvinist, with a very evil reputation.
I just put some explanation regarding Moisey's group here: http://www.orthodoxchristianity.net/forum/index.php?topic=9183.msg135122;topicseen#msg135122
The groups of Ioan Notaro and Michael Javchak do not have a real presence in Ukraine at all. The latter one used to have lastname Champion. His group just a breakdown fraction. I guess they are tracing his origin from Bishop Gregory Ohiychuk, who split in 1940's, but I am not completely sure in that. In any case, by the aforementioned division, Bishop Gregory Ohiychuk just created a vagante group.
In terms of a solution, the ideal way would be a Pan-Orthodox Council, which would give a total independence to the Orthodox Church in Ukraine, support the election of the Patriarch of Ukraine, defrock corrupted individuals, unite UAOC, UOC-MP, the (2) dioceses of ROCOR there and those followers of UOC-KP, who would wish to unite. UOC-KP hierarchs have to be re-ordained. Of course, such action should transpire only with the blessing of the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.
Regarding canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Churches outside of Ukraine, UOC of USA and diaspora and UOC of Canada belong to the Patriarchate of Constantinople.
UOC of USA (http://www.uocofusa.org
) has (3) dioceses with centers in Pittsburgh (Metropolitan Constantine Buggan), New York / South Bound Brook, NJ (Archbishop Anthony Shcherba) and Chicago (Archbishop Vsevolod Maidansky). The diocese outside of USA are in Australia and New Zealand (Archbishop Ioan Derewianka), Curitiba, Brazil with authority for parishes in Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Venezuela (Bishop Jeremiah Ferens) and London, UK with authority for parishes in UK, France, Belgium and Germany (Bishop Andriy Peshko).
UOC of Canada (www.uocc.ca
)has centers of dioceses in Winnipeg (Metroploitan John Stinka), Toronto (Archbishop Yuriy Kalistchuk) and edmonton (vacant).
All hierarchs of UOC-USA and UOC of Canada deserved the highest evaluation. Hopefully, soon we will have some convert Bishop as well.
Of course, there are Ukrainians in many other canonical jurisdictions as well as many non-Ukrainians in canonical Ukrainian jurisdictions. For example, Metroplotian Herman Swaiko of OCA is Ukrainian. At the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople other hierarchs of Ukrainian nationality - Bishop Hillarion Rudnyk of Telmissos, an auxuliary Bishop of Greek Orthodox Diocese of Spain and Portugal, who in one time lived in USA and served at UOC-USA and Bishop Michael Storojenko of Claudipolis, an auxiliary Bishop of the Exarchate of Orthodox Parishes of Russian Tradition in Western Europe. Well, I am ready to repeat the statement about the highest eveluation, which of course means that I am ready to say so about non-Ukrainian Hierarchs, who deserve that. As Ozgeorge put here once: "I don't care what race my bishop is, as long as he is Orthodox".
Sorry for being so long-winded.
Edited for spelling and in order to provide a link.