“As of today, 124 countries of the world are open for the citizens of Ukraine,” Kuleba said.
Thus, the list of the most popular tourist sites includes Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Georgia, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Cyprus, Cuba, Maldives, UAE, Seychelles, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, Croatia, and Montenegro.
“Today, 26 European countries are opened. It includes the EU and the UK. We will work in the future to open countries for Ukrainians; it remains our priority,” the minister assured.
Meanwhile, Kuleba urged the citizens to observe the safety measures during traveling: to vaccinate first of all and stick to all rules of the entrance.
As we reported, the French government updated the entry conditions for Ukrainians, now France is opened for tourists. To cross the French border, Ukrainians aged 12 and over must have a negative PCR test done no earlier than 72 hours before entry or an antibody test done no earlier than 24 hours, or a certificate of completion of the full course of vaccination.