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Ukraine and Turkey agreed on citizens’ entry with domestic passports, - Klimkin
12:43, 10 February 2017
Ukraine and Turkey agreed on citizens’ entry with domestic passports, - Klimkin

There is visa-free regime between countries already, but soon Ukrainians will be able to visit Turkey with domestic passports

12:43, 10 February 2017

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine

Ukraine and Turkey have agreed on the entry of citizens using domestic passports. This was reported by Pavlo Klimkin, the Ukrainian Minister of Foreign Affairs, during joint press conference with the Turkish MFA, broadcast by “112 Ukraine” TV channel.

“We already have visa-free regime, but soon enough both Ukrainian and Turkish citizens will be able to visit the countries with domestic passports,” Klimkin said.

As it was reported, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is making his official visit in Kyiv. Yesterday he met with the President Poroshenko. The interlocutors noted the importance of concluding the negotiations on establishing free-trade zone between Ukraine and Turkey during the meeting.

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