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MFA reveals whether or not complete closure of EU borders for Ukrainians to take place

Source : 112 Ukraine

Kuleba noted that as of today, Ukraine is on the EU’s green list
14:09, 20 October 2021

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Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba stated that as of now Ukraine is on the EU's green list; however, if the epidemiological situation in the country worsens, it may be excluded from the list as he stated during the briefing.

"As of now, Ukraine is on the EU's green list. At the same time, there is a possibility that the EU Council will decide to exclude our country from this list," Kuleba said.

He underlined that the EU makes decisions based on clear regulations and indicators, in other words, everything depends on the development of the epidemiological situation and the number of new cases of coronavirus.

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Besides, Kuleba said that if Ukraine is excluded from the EU's "green" list, complete closure of borders for Ukrainians should not be expected.

"The final decision on travel is made by each EU country separately at the national level. The experience of some of our neighbors, who were excluded from the EU green list in previous weeks, demonstrates that a complete closure of borders for Ukrainians should not be expected," Kuleba said.

According to him, the Ukrainians should carefully consider the terms of crossing the border to each country.

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As we reported, British doctors observe a growing incidence of the new kind of coronavirus, the AY.4.2 variant. It is also known as Delta Plus mutation. According to the story, "the latest official data suggests 6% of Covid cases that have been genetically sequenced are of a new type". However, this particular mutation dominates among those who got sick with coronavirus. 

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