Ukraine’s visa-free travel with EU in no jeopardy, - MFA

Source : 112 Ukraine

According to Dmytro Kuleba, restrictions on the entry of Ukrainians into the Schengen area should not be considered as a threat to the visa-free regime
22:05, 13 July 2020


The European Union had no intention of blocking the visa-free agreement with Ukraine. Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba said this in an interview with Segodnya.

"Our visa-free travel is absolutely safe. But the health of citizens during the pandemic is in absolute danger. Therefore, it is not necessary to perceive the established restrictions as a threat to visa-free travel," Kuleba said.

According to him, restrictions on the entry of Ukrainian citizens were introduced solely for reasons of concern for human health during the coronavirus pandemic.

Related: EU considers three terms for borders opening – ban for entry may last until 2021

As we reported earlier, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas does not exclude the possibility of re-closure of borders in some EU countries.

"Another border closure cannot be ruled out if the number of infections in one EU region is significantly higher than in another," said Maas.

As of now, Ukrainian doctors confirmed 54,133 cases of coronavirus all over the country. According to the website of Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky, the situation regarding the spread of coronavirus infection is finally stabilizing in Ukraine.

Related: Hungary introduces new entry restrictions for Ukrainians

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