Ukraine Abolishes Visa Regime With Grenada
The Cabinet of the Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of Grenada have agreed to lift visas, permitting the citizens of both countries to enter to the other country without the need to obtain a visa first.
The Prime Minister of Ukraine, Oleksiy Honcharuk pointed out that the citizens of both states will be eligible to travel to both countries without the need of a visa for up to 90 days within 180 days-long periods, VisaGuide.World reports.
The agreement for the free movement between the two countries has also been authorized by Ukraine’s Ambassador in the UK Natalya Halibarenko.
During the last three years, Ukraine has succeeded in abolishing visa regime with several other countries, aside from the Caribbean country of Grenada.
On February 12, 2020, Ukraine reached an agreement with the Republic of Marshall to lift visas so the citizens of both countries could travel to each other’s countries, without the need to fill a visa application.
Earlier in February Ukraine abolished the visa regime with two countries; Mongolia and Argentina, and now their citizens will be able to travel without the requirement to obtain a visa.
Even though Ukrainians need to apply for a visa, in order to get into the UK, the citizens of Great Britain and Northern Ireland have benefited from a visa-free entry with Ukraine, that has been extended for another year.
On May 31, 2019, Ukraine abolished the visa regime for Costa Rica, providing a free movement between the countries.
A visa free-agreement has been signed with North Macedonia in mid-2019, which agreement enables the citizens of both countries to enter the other country without a visa.
In 2018, Ukraine abolished the visa process with Antigua and Barbuda by signing an agreement for free movement between the countries.
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