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MFA instructs Ukraine's ambassadors to EU to work on lifting entry restrictions for Ukrainians

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to the Minister, the EU ambassadors only recommended the Union countries to open their borders for Ukrainians, but they will decide independently
15:06, 14 July 2021

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Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba instructed the ambassadors to the European Union to actively work on the issue of lifting entry restrictions for Ukrainians. He announced this during a government meeting.

Kuleba noted that the EU recommends that its countries open borders to Ukrainians, in particular because the number of people infected with coronavirus in Ukraine has decreased.

However, he added that the EU ambassadors only recommended that the EU countries open borders to Ukrainians but each of these countries will decide for themselves whether to open their borders to Ukrainian citizens or not.

Related: Adding Ukraine to 'green list' does not mean free entry into EU, - MFA

"The EU decision is a recommendation to the member states. Now each EU member state will consider the issue of including Ukraine in its national 'green list' and determining its entry conditions. I have already instructed all Ukrainian embassies in the EU to work actively with our European partners in order to include Ukraine in the national 'green list' of a particular country, considering simplifying entry conditions as much as possible," the minister said.

As it was reported earlier, on July 14 it became known that the EU decided to add Ukraine to the list of countries for which restrictions on EU entry should be lifted. The list should be officially updated tomorrow. Now it also includes Moldova, Armenia and Azerbaijan.

Related: Adding Ukraine to 'green list' does not mean free entry into EU, - MFA

 

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