The center occupies the third floor (1,400 square meters) of Ukraina department store located at Pobeda Square.
Some 27 workstations have been equipped for reception of documents, photographing and collecting biometric data. The Ukrainian citizens will be able to obtain their documents at nine issuing points.
Read alsoOnly 50 of over 95,000 Ukraine nationals denied EU entry since visa free travel startIt is expected that the center, designed as an open space, will serve over 1,500 people per day.
As UNIAN reported, the State Migration Service said earlier that delays in issuing travel passports were temporary due to a significant increase in demand.