On September 3, three more countries were added to the list of those open to Ukrainians: Brazil, the Dominican Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. A total of 48 countries are on that list. Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba told about it during an online briefing.
"I will start with countries that are open to Ukrainians. As of September 3, there are 48 open and relatively open countries where our fellow citizens can go. Three countries have been added to this list compared to last week. Brazil, the Dominican Republic, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo have recently been put on it," the minister said.
Kuleba expressed gratitude to the Government of Bulgaria, which extended the period of Ukrainian citizens' admission without the need to provide results of PCR testing.
The country occupied fourth place in Europe, overtaking the UK and Germany. Spain (+8,115) and France (+4,982) and Russia (+4,729) remain to be the leaders.