Ukraine plans to get the visa-free regime with a few countries in the next two-three months. Petro Poroshenko, the President of Ukraine claimed this during his speech in Dnipro broadcasted by 112 Ukraine.
‘I returned from the UAE where I signed the visa-free regime with a country visited annually by hundred thousands of the Ukrainians more than a week ago. We will have the visa-free regime with a few more countries important for Ukraine during the next two-three months. Today it is not just a visa-free regime; it is the final ‘goodbye’ to Russian Moscow Empire and return to our great nation to the family of the European nations’, Poroshenko noted.
Also, he announced the signing of the association with the Schengen Area or so-called ‘deepening of the visa-free regime’.
‘One more guideline is the guideline at the EU Customs Union to lift the customs check and create the united customs area with the EU’.
The visa-free regime between Ukraine and the EU came into force on June 11, 2017, and the proper decision was supported by the EU Parliament on April 6.
The Foreign Ministry of Ukraine noted that they hold the negotiation on the visa-free regime with the number of countries of Latin America and Asia. The visa-free regime is signed with Saint Kitts and Nevis and Albania.