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Ukrainians to enjoy visa free regime with Thailand since April 14

The tourists will need a foreign passport to cross this country's border; the period of visa-free stay amounts up to 30 days. Otherwise, they will need to get a visa via the respective diplomatic establishment
09:32, 22 March 2019

bangkokpost.com

Since April 14, Ukrainian citizens will be able to visit Thailand without the need to process visas - granted that the period of visa-free stay does not exceed 30 days. The Department of Consulate Service of Ukraine's foreign ministry posted that on Facebook.

'One will need a foreign passport (biometric or non-biometric); the period of visa-free stay amounts up to 30 days', the authority reported. 'For the period of stay of more than 30 days, regardless the purpose of the visit, one will need to get a visa in the respective diplomatic office or the consulate', the Foreign Ministry reported.

Related: Ukraine-Uruguay visa free regime to take effect February 15

Ukraine is currently negotiating on the visa-free regime with 22 countries. So far, Ukraine enjoys the visa-free regime with 128 countries worldwide.

Previously, we reported that since March 1, Ukrainians have the opportunity to travel to Georgia, using their ID cards.

Related: Thailand prematurely canceled visa fee for Ukrainians

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