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Ukraine approves agreement with Georgia on trips on ID-cards

Now, the agreement on the visa-free trips dated March 31, 1999 acts between the countries
17:16, 19 September 2018

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The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has approved the draft agreement on the trips on Ukrainian passports in the form of ID-cards with Georgia for the citizens of both countries as RBK-Ukraine reported.

The agreement provides that the citizens of Ukraine will be able to visit Georgia on the basis of the inner passports in the form of ID-cards which contain the contactless electronic medium.

Related: New rules of visa-free: European Parliament might introduce checks of tourists

At the moment, the agreement on the visa-free trips dated March 31, 1999 acts between the countries. It allows the citizens to not execute the extended visa for stay of living for more than 90 days.

It is expected that the implementation of the agreement on ID-cards trips will cause the increase of the incomes to the state and local budgets due to the increase of the number of tourists.

Related: Ukraine expands visa-free regime with Serbia – from 30 to 90 days

Earlier Ukraine and Georgia agreed to speed up the process of the implementation of trips between countries on inner biometric passports. The proper agreement was reached during the meeting of Oleksandr Saenko, the minister of the Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers and Mamuka Bakhtadze, the Prime Minister of Georgia that took place in Tbilisi.

As we reported Ukraine intends to agree on the mutual cancelation of visa with Uruguay. Thus, the government approved the draft agreement with Uruguay on the mutual cancelation of visa demands and authorized ambassador to Argentine and concurrently to Chile, Paraguay and Uruguay Yury Dyudin to sign it.

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