UEFA will be sending senior security experts to Ukraine to further assess the situation and the potential impact on security for upcoming UEFA matches.
Vorskla, meanwhile, made some vague suggestions that the game would still not take place - although an Instagram post from their account later showed the squad boarding a coach bound for Kiev.
However, Vorskla are doing "everything they can" to host the game at their own home ground.
"The match will now take place at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kyiv on Nov 29 at 18.55CET".
Arsenal's three-point lead over second-placed Sporting Lisbon, who have also qualified, is now an unassailable one, with the Gunners guaranteed to finish top thanks to their superior head-to-head results. In 90 minutes it is not a very big change.
With the Gunners already secure in qualifying from Group E and the north London derby looming on Sunday, manager Unai Emery took the opportunity to make 10 changes from Saturday's win over Bournemouth.
Arsenal's Smith Rowe celebrates scoring a goal
"First, we need to respect UEFA's decision because I think it's not easy for Vorskla", he said.
He said: "UEFA said to us that we can play here because it is safer". They would have had much more vocal support and to be fair they probably lost out on a lot of money for them and for the town they come from.
"We were thinking today about our victory and also to create with the right players and to give chances to a lot of players".
Arsenal released a statement shortly after the announcement on Tuesday evening, which said they are working with UEFA and the relevant authorities to ensure the safety of their fans attending the game.
"The main target was to win, we needed a strong team reaction and we did it well tonight", said the World Cup victor Giroud.
The price of oil has updated the annual minimum
Russian Federation is the second biggest oil exporter in the world, making its economy vastly dependent on the global oil market. The supply and demand fundamentals remain bearish, but the early price action suggests the technical picture may be improving.