In 2020, 260 people were granted Ukrainian citizenship

Source : 112 Ukraine

Most of the applicants were Russians, Syrians, Armenians and Iraqi
15:50, 25 March 2021

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Last year, President Volodymyr Zelensky granted citizenship to 260 people. About a quarter of them (56) were Russians. Syrians and Armenians came second in terms of the largest number of applicants by oirigin. UNN news agency reported that on Thursday.

Out of these 260, 251 people were foreigners and nine were individuals without citizenship. 17 people were refugees. 54 people who applied came from Armenia and Syria (27 from each country). 22 Iraqi people also joined the list.

Besides, Zelensky granted citizenship to 16 individuals from Afghanistan, 14 from Lebanion, 10 from Georgia, 10 from Iran, eight people from Belarus, six from Azerbaijan and another six from Jordan. 

Related: Ukraine plans to allow dual citizenship with EU countries, - Foreign Minister

Five people each from Uzbekistan, Egypt, Nigeria, Yemen received Ukrainian passports, too. Three Moldovans, two people each from Turkmenistan, Bangladesh, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Sudan were granted Ukrainian citizenship as well.

Ukrainian passports were also issued for one person each from Canada, Italy, Lithuaniam, Turkey, Tajikistan, India, Pakistan, Palestine, Algeria, Cameroon, Namibia, Gambia, Togo, Cote-d'Ivoire and Somalia.

Related: Ukraine might allow dual citizenship with EU: Who can get second passport?

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