1. Mid of Ukrainian opposition leader Vitali Klitschko exiting vehicle
2. Wide, zoom out of Klitschko walking to terminal
3. SOUNDBITE: (Ukrainian) Vitali Klitschko, leader of the Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform (UDAR) party:
"We have our vision of how to get out of the crisis, but we're interested to know the opinion of neighbouring countries, and especially a leading country such as Germany, to find a way to reach a compromise between the protesters and the authorities."
4. Various of Klitschko inside airport building
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Arseniy Yatsenyuk, leader of Ukraine's Batkivshchyna party:
"There is an under-going (ongoing) political and economical crisis in my country. And we believe that the European partners are to provide a real support to my country and to the Ukrainian people. What kind of solutions are on the table? The key solution is to have an inclusive government in my country. And only in case if we get the new inclusive and credible government, our European partners could provide financial assistance to this government. The government is to resume talks and negotiations with the IMF (International Monetary Fund) on new loan and definitely with our European partners in order to restart or to reset our bilateral relations between Ukraine and the European Union."
6. Mid of Yatsenyuk walking through terminal
7. Wide of airport
8. Close of sign reading (Ukrainian) "Kyiv" - Kiev
Ukrainian opposition leaders, Vitali Klitschko and Arseniy Yatsenyuk, flew to Berlin on Monday to meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel to discuss Ukraine's ongoing political crisis.
The German government has played a prominent role in trying to broker negotiations between Ukrainian opposition leaders and the country's President Viktor Yanukovych in recent months.
Klitschko, leader of the Ukrainian Democratic Alliance for Reform (UDAR) party, said it was important to seek the opinion of Ukraine's neighbouring countries - especially Germany - on the situation.
"We have our vision of how to get out of the crisis, but we're interested to know the opinion of neighbouring countries, and especially a leading country such as Germany," he told reporters outside an airport in Kiev.
Yatsenyuk said Ukraine must look to build an "inclusive" government that works alongside its European neighbours.
The two leaders will discuss potential sanctions on Yanukovych's government by the European Union during their visit.
They will also meet with with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and German lawmaker Andreas Schockenhoff, a member of Merkel's Christian Democrat party.
Germany has said the release of jailed protesters in Ukraine and the end to the occupation of Kiev's City Hall are an "encouraging" sign that the government and opposition can find common ground.