Ukraine plans to lift restrictions on entry for foreigners, - MFA

Source : 112 Ukraine

A 14-day quarantine will be a mandatory requirement
18:07, 29 May 2020

Ukraine's MFA

Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine plans to allow foreigners to enter the country. This was stated by Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba, Ukrainian Pravda reports.

Ukraine has recently resumed the work of border checkpoints. Kuleba stated that the entrance would not be uncontrolled.

The government plans to allow entry for foreigners, provided they comply with a 14-day quarantine. Thus, for this period in Ukraine will remove the requirement for a residence permit.

Related: No health passports for tourists and those crossing border in Ukraine, - MFA

As we reported earlier, today, on May 29, Ukraine's State Border Guard resumed the work of six checkpoints on the border with Moldova. Two of these are railway road checkpoints.

Meanwhile, there are certain circumstances that complicate the passing procedure on Ukraine-Slovakia border.

On May 28, the sides were about to open four checkpoints in Zakarpattya region - Uzhgorod, Tysa, Dyakovo and Malyi Bereznyi. However, Ukrainian border guards claim that there is still no regulation of the passing procedure itself. 

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