Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has adopted a resolution on reopening border checkpoints at the country's international airports from June 15.
According to the document, checkpoints and control points will resume servicing international flights with new criteria introduced for foreigners crossing the border, an UNIAN correspondent reported following an extraordinary government meeting on June 12.
In turn, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Vladyslav Kryklii wrote on Facebook: "Today, by its resolution, the government opened checkpoints at Ukrainian airports and allowed entry for foreigners who are not citizens of countries with a high COVID-19 spread and have not visited such countries for the past 14 days. These changes will make allow air transport enterprises to resume operations and relaunch international air travel."
Kryklii says Ukrainian citizens from June 15 will be able to travel to Albania and the United States (without restrictions at border), UK (subject to a 14-day quarantine upon arrival), Turkey (without restrictions at border, but with testing upon arrival, and Tunisia (from June 27, with testing upon arrival).
Moreover, after the epidemic situation in Ukraine stabilizes, the government will consider the relaunch of air travel with Cyprus, Montenegro, Georgia, and Greece starting July 1.