Modern political fight in Ukraine and Russia has common historical roots but models of political communication in these countries differ substantially. It is caused by both specific of structure of state power and national features of Ukraine and Russia. A difference was strengthened by presidential elections 2004 in Ukraine – Orange revolution which in Russia perceived as capture of power. At the same time participation of Russian political consultants in parliament and presidential elections in Ukraine showed that direct transference of experience of political fight from Russia to Ukraine wasn’t possible. However, as modern political relations are related to technological development which could change political culture, and, consequently, level of fight, the most active participants of political process aim to use network technologies and principles, without any relation upon the stage of the political system.