EU starts visa-free regime with Palau, Tonga and Colombia
Abolition of visa regime with these countries is result of deepening of relations with EU, - Mariya Gabriel
The EU abolished the visa requirement for citizens of Palau, Tonga and Colombia. The corresponding decision was made by the European Parliament today, Ukrinform reports.
"Abolition of the visa regime with these partners was a result of the deepening of relations with the EU. It will ensure further strengthening of economic, cultural and political ties", says MP Mariya Gabriel, the speaker on this subject.
She is also the speaker for the preparation of a legislative initiative to abolish the visa requirements for citizens of Ukraine and Georgia.
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