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Foreign Ministry reveals when EU to open borders for Ukrainians

Source : 112 Ukraine

The borders will be opened after a significant decrease in the number of Covid-19 infected people
14:00, 7 December 2020

Ukraine's Minister of Foreign Affairs Dmytro Kuleba
AP

The borders will be opened after a significant decrease in the number of Covid-19 infected people

The EU borders will be opened for the Ukrainian citizens after the significant decrease of the number of Covid-19 infected people, as RBK-Ukraine reported citing Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba.

“It is not the issue of the global vaccination but it is the issue, certainly, of the significant decrease of numbers in Ukraine and the EU countries,” Kuleba said.

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Despite this fact, the minister believes that the Ukrainians might travel to other countries, besides the EU. According to him, there are 63 countries opened for the citizens of Ukraine, including 10 states in Europe.

Earlier, the Ministry of Health of Ukraine renewed the list of "red" zone countries. 36 countries were added to the list. Montenegro, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Poland, and others entered the list of the "red" zone countries.

As of December 4, this rate in Ukraine makes 493.9 per 100,000 of the population. Thus, the country belongs to the "green" zone.

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People who arrive in Ukraine from the "red" zone should pass 14-day isolation or pass PCR-test for Covid-19. Besides, people might enter Ukraine with a prepared test taken not later than 48 hours before the border crossing.

Ukraine puts in the "red" zone states, where the number of new cases of coronavirus per 100,000 of the population during the past 14 days surpasses the same rate in Ukraine.

 

 

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