Lithuania cuts long-term visa price for Ukrainians twice, - official

Source : 112 Ukraine

From now on, it costs 60 Euros
15:19, 14 July 2021

The governments of Lithuania and Ukraine agreed on the reduced price of long-term visas for Ukrainian citizens. Dmytro Kuleba, the Foreign Minister reported that on Twitter.

From now on, Ukrainians will pay 60 Euros for this particular kind of visa. 

"The price of national long-term visa between Lithuania and Ukraine has been reduced (for the purpose of job, education or family reunion) - from 120 Euro to 60. The government has approved the respective agreement today. I'm grateful for Lithuanian partners for their friendly step forward", Kuleba said. 

On July 14, the EU ambassadors decided to add Ukraine to the list of third countries where the EU entry restrictions should be lifted.

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Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky had a phone conversation with Chinese leader Xi Jinping. It was their first negotiation, wrote Zelensky's press office.

The heads of the states agreed on a visa free regime between Ukraine and China. Zelensky also stessed the essential role of Chinese investments in the development of transport and infrastructure in his country, including projects focusing on development of infrastructire of sea ports, construction and modernization of roadways and railways, as well as urban infrastructure.

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