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Ukraine plans to arrange visa-free regime with South Korea, - Verkhovna Rada Chairman

The speaker plans to pay an official visit to Seoul
09:30, 8 December 2018
Spokesperson of Ukraine's Parliament Andriy Parubiy
The Verkhovna Rada

Speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament Andriy Patubiy claimed that he would discuss the matter of a visa-free regime between Ukraine and South Korea during his visit to Seoul on December 10-14, reports ZN.ua. 

‘We are about to make the important decisions. I am planning to get to the final stage of the discussion about a visa-free regime between Ukraine and South Korea,’ Parubiy claimed.  

Related: Thailand introduces visa-free regime for Ukrainians

According to him, the countries will sign an inter-parliamentary accord. 

‘We count on the support and assistance in re-equipping the reform of ‘Rada’ electronic system, which the presidential administration is preparing today. Of course, it will be important to talk about the security aspect and enlist the support of South Korea,’ the speaker claimed.

Related: Ukraine loses positions in Global Passport Power Rank 2018

It should be noted that the Ukrainian passport took 44th place in world passport rating "Passport Index" 2018, published by Henley & Partners international company.  

According to the rating, the Ukrainian passport provides visa-free access to 90 states. One can obtain a visa on arrival to 41 countries and process visa before visiting 67 states.  

Related: Ukraine-Qatar visa free regime takes effect

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