"There are only 23 countries that are open to Ukrainian citizens. These 23 countries include those that require a visa. That is, you can travel to it, but with a visa. And there are certain lockdown restrictions," the minister said.
A list of countries includes Turkey, Serbia, Albania, Northern Macedonia, Montenegro, Belarus, Great Britain, USA, Mexico, Egypt, Tunisia, Republic of Korea, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Koma, Tanzania, and Seychelles.
As we reported earlier, on July 6, a low-cost carrier Ryanair resumed regular flights from Italy to Ukraine.
"Ryanair made its first regular flight from Italy to Ukraine on July 6, delivering passengers from Bergamo to Boryspil Airport," the statement said.
In the coming days, the carrier will expand its route network from Italy to Ukraine with 11 destinations, in which it plans to operate 28 flights a week.