The Kiev 35A is a compact minature 35 mm camera with a fixed lens. It was manufactured by Arsenal in Ukraine (formerly part of the USSR) between 1985 and 1991. It's a direct copy of the Minox 35 EL that became a popular camera for inconspicious photography during the Cold War.
It has a Korsar 35mm/f2.8 lens and automatic exposure with shutter speeds up to 1/500 sec, similar to the specifications of the Minox 35 EL.
The camera is nearly identical to the Minox 35 EL, including the iconic red shutter button at the top.
Clamshell construction protects the lens when not in use. Hardly bigger than two boxes of film, this camera can be easily carried anywhere.