Ukraine and Romania signed agreement on abolition of fees for long-term visas
Permits for entry and residence for more than 90 days will be issued free of charge
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin held a working meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Romania Lazăr Comănescu, during which the parties signed an agreement on the abolition of fees for issuing long-term (national) visas, - reported by MFA press service.
Agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of Romania on the abolition of payment for the registration of long-term (national) visas allows Ukrainians and Romanians to receive free entry permit and a stay for more than 90 days.
Today for issuing Romanian national visa Ukrainians have to pay 35 euros, for urgent issue - 70 euros.
Sushchenko needs to be exchanged, - lawyer 27 October, 14:30
Hug: More action by JCCC needed for successful disengagement in Donbas 27 October, 16:03
IMF mission to arrive to Ukraine in November 27 October, 15:17
- POLITICS12:48Stoltenberg: NATO seeks no confrontation with Russia
- POLITICS12:01UN condemns attacks on schools in Haas village, Syria
- SOCIETY11:14Ukraine marks anniversary of 1944 release from the Nazis
- RUSSIA10:33Putin: Russia may resume gas supplies to Ukraine any moment
- POLITICS10:02UN starts discussion on complete ban of nuclear weapons
- POLITICS09:15Ukraine, France discuss placing OSCE police mission in Donbas
- UKRAINE CRISIS 08:30Donbas: 54 attacks on Ukrainian positions over last 24 hours
- POLITICS07:50Klimkin: Normandy Four foreign ministers could meet in late November
- UKRAINE CRISIS 23:58Donbas: 152 mm shells hit Vodyane, Donetsk region
- UKRAINE CRISIS 22:50OSCE SMM reports increase of military activity in Donbas
SOCIETY 10:30, 18 July Matriculation campaign 2015: new challenges for Ukraine
19:02, 26 October Anti-Putin protests in Tel-Aviv
18:44, 26 October Russia's Supreme Court hearing in Klykh-Karpyuk case