The agreement between the Cabinet of Minister of Ukraine and the government of the State of Qatar on the mutual cancelation of the visa demands come into force on November 2 as Directorate General for consular service of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry reported on Facebook.
According to the regulations of the agreement, the citizens of Ukraine who use the Ukrainian foreign passports (both, biometric and not biometric) and the citizens of Qatar who use the usual passport can enter, stay, leave and pass by transit the territory of the state of other side without visa if the continuation of their stay does not exceed 90 days in 180 days term.
At the same time, the citizens of Ukraine and Qatar who intend to enter the territory of the country of other side for the term exceeding 90 days, regardless the aim of their trip, should get the visa in the diplomatic office or consular establishment of the state of other side before the entering of the territory.
It is noted that the passports of the travelers should be acting for at least six months since the date of the entering to the territory of another state.
As it was reported earlier, Petro Poroshenko held the meeting with Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al Thani, the Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Qatar during the official visit to the state.
It is noted that the sides positively noted the visible intensification of the Ukraine-Qatar relations and active development of the trade and economic cooperation. Particularly, during the negotiations the sides noted the presence of the various goods of agricultural industry complex and products of the domestic metallurgy at the Qatari market.
On March 20, 2018, the sides signed the mutual abolition of visa requirements.