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Ukraine, Turkey sign bilateral agreement on traveling with use of ID cards
20:32, 14 March 2017
Ukraine, Turkey sign bilateral agreement on traveling with use of ID cards

Citizens holding e-passports will be able to stay in Turkey or Ukraine respectively for 90 days during the period of 180 days

20:32, 14 March 2017

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Ukraine and Turkey have signed the bilateral agreement about the mutual traveling with the use of ID cards. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine reported that on Tuesday.

The ceremony took place during Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman’s official visit to Turkey.

The document foresees that citizens of Ukraine and Turkey, namely the holders of the digital IDs with the contactless digital device will be able to visa-freely stay in Turkey or Ukraine respectively for 90 days during the period of 180 days.

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