A visa-free regime may be introduced in both countries in mid-2016, according to the sources, Deutsche Welle reports citing Die Welt.
On December 15, the European Commission is expected to submit a report with a positive assessment of a visa loiberalization action plan by Kyiv and Tbilisi, which will serve as a prerequisite for the approval of visa-free regime for Georgia and Ukraine by the EU member states.
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The lifting of visa regime for Georgian and Ukrainian citizens will allow staying in the EU for three months during a six month period, while employment in one of the EU countries will be prohibited.
As UNIAN reported earlier, it is expected the European Commission will present its last report on the implementation by Ukraine of the Action Plan on visa liberalization on December 15.