Five countries have opened borders for Ukrainian tourists, including Turkey and Egypt. Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure Vladyslav Krikliy wrote about this on his channel in Telegram.
So, as of July 1, the borders for Ukrainians were opened by:
Egypt (but with the mandatory observance of 14-day self-isolation upon returning home, after all, Egypt is assigned to the countries with a high incidence of Covid-19);
Croatia (subject to confirmation of the reservation of the hotel or guest accommodation);
Montenegro (if there is a negative result of the PCR test for Covid-19, made in the last 48 hours).
“Due to the unstable epidemiological situation in Ukraine, other European borders, unfortunately, remain closed to the Ukrainian tourists. However, foreigners, diplomats and citizens of Ukraine who have valid work or study contracts or a residence permit in the EU, sailors who are sent to the ship, for citizens traveling in transit through the EU, entry is allowed,” Krikliy wrote.
He added that every two weeks the EU will revise the list of states from which it is possible to enter, and, depending on the circumstances, will partially or fully remove travel restrictions or reintroduce them for specific countries.
Also, Georgia would also make decisions, depending on the further epidemiological situation in Ukraine.
June 30, the Council of Europe approved a list of non-resident countries of the European Union, which from July 1 would be allowed to freely cross the borders of the Union. Ukraine was not included in this list.