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Agreement between Ukraine and Turkey on ID-card travels enters into force
13:05, 1 June 2017
Agreement between Ukraine and Turkey on ID-card travels enters into force

Citizens of Turkey and Ukraine will visit each other’s countries without visas up to 90 days

13:05, 1 June 2017

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The Agreement on mutual travels between Ukraine and Turkey on the ground of the ID-cards enters into force on June 1. Andriy Sybyga, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Turkey reported this at Twitter.

"The agreement of mutual travels for citizens of Ukraine and Turkey by ID-cards comes into effect on June 1, 2017. Welcoming first tourists from Ukraine and vice-versa tomorrow," the ambassador wrote on May 31.

Ukraine and Turkey signed the Agreement on mutual travels of the citizens of Ukraine and Turkey on the ground of the ID-cards on May 14. The citizens of Ukraine and citizens of the Republic of Turkey who use the internal passports in the form of the ID-cards will have a possibility to enter, leave, fly through and be on the territories of Ukraine and Turkey without visas up to 90 days during 180 days. 

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