"Do not use the visa-free regime to work [there]. Go there, look at the situation... Look for opportunities, but do not violate the European Union rules. The EU laws, like ours, by the way, should never be violated," the minister said, TSN reported.
He also said that a significant increase in migration flows from Ukraine to the EU might trigger a probe into the causes behind the situation.
Read alsoUkrainians celebrate visa-free travel to EU – media"If migration flows from Ukraine multiply, then, of course, there will be a probe into why this has been happening. Then we will talk with the European Commission, with individual countries. We will settle everything at this stage," he said.
As UNIAN reported earlier, the decision of the Council of the European Union to introduce a visa-free regime for short trips of Ukrainian citizens to 30 countries of the European Union and the Schengen zone came into force on June 11.