Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba says the Seychelles has closed borders for Ukrainian tourists.
"Last week I listed the countries that are open or relatively open to Ukrainians. This week, the policy in the Seychelles has changed," he said during an online briefing, according to an UNIAN correspondent.
"They decided to close the country for Ukrainian tourists' entry, but at the same time, there is positive news that Bulgaria just yesterday made a decision, on the contrary, to extend the simplified entry procedure for Ukrainian citizens for a month," Kuleba said.
At the same time, the minister noted that the number of citizens visiting the interactive online map of travel around the world for Ukrainians during the COVID-19 pandemic is increasing (https://tripadvisor.mfa.gov.ua/) to get acquainted with the conditions and the possibility of entering other countries the world.
"The three countries that enjoy the greatest attention of our citizens are Hungary, Turkey, and Russia. Poland, Germany, Romania, and Croatia are next," Kuleba said.
As UNIAN reported earlier, Kuleba said on July 7 that the Seychelles was open to Ukrainian tourists. On July 21, he announced that 39 countries had reopened borders for Ukrainians. Among them are: Afghanistan, Albania, Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Belarus, Bulgaria, Burundi, Cambodia, The Comoros, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Lebanon, Maldives, Mexico, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Pakistan, Puerto Rico, Saint Lucia (an Eastern Caribbean island nation), Serbia, Slovenia, Somalia, South Korea, South Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Turkey, the UAE, the United Kingdom, the United States, Zambia.