Ukraine is in talks with more than 20 countries on simplification of visa regime – Klimkin

In the next two years Ukraine may receive partial or full liberalization of the visa regime with more than 20 countries around the world.

This was during a conference on January 22 Minister of foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin, reports UKRINFORM.

ViceMinister of foreign Affairs Pavlo Klimkin answered the tough questions

Today, on the anniversary of the Ukrainian diplomacy, we’ve got Pavlo Klimkin – Minister of foreign Affairs of Ukraine. Now talking about the most painful issues: the suspension bezveza for Ukraine, the visa regime with Russia, the resentment of minorities by our Law “On education” and more.

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22 December 2017, 11:05

“Now we are in such negotiations or relative to full liberalization, or on simplification of the visa regime with more than 20 countries. I hope over the next two years with them to achieve decisive progress,” he said.

Klimkin said that now citizens of Ukraine who have biometric passports, without visas, can cross border in 85 countries.

Recall, according to the index of world passports and their value passport of Ukraine occupies 44-e a place, and among the countries of the former USSR – the first. Index of passports based on the number of countries which citizens can visit without a visa. Ukraine improved its performance thanks to the signing of a visa-free regime with the countries of the European Union.

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