Ukraine has started issuing double-entry e-visas.
12:30, 02 November 2020
The ambassador says the Ukrainian people deserve visa-free travel.
16:20, 31 October 2020
Ukrainian tourists will be able to travel to EU countries as soon as the "epidemic situation allows."
23:30, 06 October 2020
Ukrainians will be able to stay in Mongolia for up to 90 days within 180 days.
12:15, 09 November 2019
Japan and Singapore top the list with visa-free travel to 190 countries out of 227 possible.
14:20, 01 October 2019
Respective negotiations with the United Kingdom, the Republic of Korea, Canada, Japan, Australia and others will be completed in 2020.
16:59, 30 September 2019
A similar agreement was signed with Colombia Wednesday.
14:00, 26 September 2019
Ukrainians earlier paid about US$40 to visit the country.
19:25, 01 August 2019
Diplomats of the two countries held the first ever consular consultations.
15:25, 31 May 2019
The visa-free regime is applicable to visits for up to 30 days.
22:57, 21 March 2019
As of late 2018, Ukraine ranked 41 in the list, while Ukrainians are allowed visa-free travel to 128 countries.
11:55, 08 January 2019
Ryanair alone launched flights from Kyiv to six cities in Europe.
01:25, 03 November 2018
<p>Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko during his visit to the United Arab Emirates has agreed on the visa-free regime between Ukraine and the UAE, presidential press secretary Svyatoslav Tsegolko wrote on Facebook.</p>
13:40, 02 November 2017
<p>Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov has said that it is necessary to conduct a thorough check of all those who want to receive a biometric passport arriving from the occupied territories, the NSDC's press service has reported.</p>
18:40, 22 June 2017
<p>As of 06:00 Kyiv time on June 14, some 195,000 Ukrainian citizens had crossed the border with the European Union countries, while only seven people were denied entry, according to the press service of Ukraine's State Border Guard Service.</p>
13:10, 14 June 2017
<p>The introduction of a visa-free travel across the EU for the Ukrainians has become a reality that could have a serious impact on Ukrainian society. The parliament’s decision to confirm the country’s strategic objective to become a NATO member state was a much easier move than launching healthcare reform. Arsen Avakov has come to a spotlight playing a role of the state’s guardian angel and the enemy of firarms possession by civilians.</p>
20:40, 12 June 2017