“13 more countries have been opened for Ukrainians. As of now, there are already 39 such countries,” the message says.
In particular, according to the Foreign Minister, Bulgaria, the Maldives, and the United Arab Emirates joined the list during the week.
The minister also stressed that not in every case it is about completely free entry, therefore, it is necessary to check the information before entering.
Earlier, Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry is negotiating on the opening of the Schengen area for Ukrainians. Some countries can make certain concessions, but in general, they act within the framework of European Commission recommendations. In particular, the minister confirmed that Slovenia allowed entry of Ukrainians but visitors are subject to a 14-day quarantine.