Chairman of the State Migration Service of Ukraine Maksym Sokolyuk signed the Ukrainian-Moldovan agreement on the readmission within an official visit to Kyshyniv on October 6. The press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported this.
‘The implementation of these international agreements positively influence the development of the good-neighborly relations between Ukraine and Republic of Moldova, define fast and effective procedures on the base of mutuality that aims for identification and safe, organized return of people who did not fulfilled the rules of entry and stay in the territory of Ukraine and Moldova. It will provide the observance of the responsibilities by Ukraine for European and world community of implementation of the efficient tools for implementation of the state policy in the sphere of the readmission’, the message said.
The State Migration Service of Ukraine as the main body of Ukraine in the migration sphere successfully finished the negotiations on the readmission that began in 2015 by signing of this bilateral document. It will continue to mending the cooperation with the countries of Europe in the sphere of the readmission.
Readmission is mutual liabilities of the states that are stated in the international agreements to accept back their own citizens and citizens of the third countries and persons without citizenship who illegally arrived in the territory of the sides or lost the sides to stay legally in the country.
Earlier it was reported that Ukraine and Israel agreed on the negotiations on the readmission. Also, the Sejm of Poland adopted a law on readmission between Poland and Ukraine on September 29.