Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba said that 45 countries were open for Ukrainian citizens. The relevant statement was made during a briefing.
According to Kuleba, Kazakhstan, Sudan, and Sierra Leone have been added to the list of countries open to Ukrainians.
"So far, 45 countries remain open and relatively open," the minister said.
At the same time, the official noted that Spain was preparing to close its borders due to the growing number of coronavirus infections worldwide.
"This trend, which was at the beginning of the pandemic, is continuing. Because countries need to think about the health not only of their citizens but also of those who travel," Kuleba added.
As we reported earlier, the government of Finland imposed restrictions of the entrance to the country for pickers of wild berries from the non-EU countries with a bad epidemiological situation.
The restriction will act from August 28 up to September 18 and will affect, in particular, the Ukrainian pickers of berries.