Ukrainian govt approves visa-free regime with Grenada

Source : 112 Ukraine

The relevant agreement between the two countries was signed back in July
08:06, 17 September 2020

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Ukraine and Grenada have agreed on a visa-free regime. The relevant resolution was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers, Ukrainian MP Oleksiy Honcharenko reports on his Telegram page.

According to him, the agreement "will make it much easier to fly to the Caribbean Sea."

On July 29, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky imposed a temporary visa-free regime for citizens of China who enter Ukraine as tourists. It will be active from August 2020 till January 2021.

Related: Ukraine’s visa-free travel with EU in no jeopardy, - MFA

As we reported earlier, Ukraine is not expected to get a visa-free regime with Canada this year.

"There will be no visa-free regime this year. Anyone who is familiar with how Canada works on this issue understands that it will take years, not months, and perhaps many years because the country is quite conservative on this issue. Nevertheless, we are working on it, and it will definitely happen. It will happen in the foreseeable future because both Ukraine and Canada need it," Ukraine's Ambassador to Canada Andrii Shevchenko said.

Related: Latvia not to consider applications for long-term visas



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