Lithuania and Slovakia decided to cancel visa fees for Ukrainians

18 July 2012 09:35  22316939 017430
Lithuania and Slovakia decided to cancel visa fees for Ukrainians

Ukraine has reached agreements with Lithuania and Slovakia on the abolition of fees for national visas, said the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine.

According to the Foreign Ministry representative Oleg Voloshin, the agreement on the abolition of fees for national visas to Poland, Lithuania and Slovakia has been reached.

He also stressed that over the last two years Ukraine has signed several agreements on visa regimes with other countries.

In particular, the agreement on visa-free regime with Croatia and Montenegro for Ukrainians was reached in summer.

Voloshin also said that the visa-free regime has also been established with Israel, Brazil, Argentina and Hong Kong, and non-visa regime with Turkey will start work on August 1. Thus, the list of destinations where Ukrainians can travel without visas has expanded to 37 countries.

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