Ukraine plans to sign agreement on visa-free regime with few countries, - Poroshenko

Source : 112 Ukraine

Also, the signing of the association with the Schengen Area is planned
17:28, 20 November 2017

112 Agency

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.

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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’.

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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.

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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.

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