Ukraine has started issuing double-entry e-visas.
12:30, 02 November 2020
As of now, there are 45 e-visa eligible countries.
10:20, 14 August 2020
Decree No. 289/2020 of July 21 has been posted on the presidential website.
15:20, 22 July 2020
Ukraine should compete for tourists, president believes.
21:20, 04 June 2020
No walk-in applications will be received up to further notice.
12:20, 16 March 2020
The Estonian government decided in September to cancel its decision of 2010 on issuing free long-term visas for Ukrainians.
14:44, 22 November 2019
Specialists from various fields and departments had not received their passports back from the U.S. embassy on time to depart with the rest of delegation.
15:40, 24 September 2019
The recommendations will also concern the issue of EU visas when residents of Donbas with Russian passports apply for them while residing in Russia or Ukraine.
11:50, 09 August 2019
The list will be submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
16:06, 03 August 2019
The network will cover 74 cities from August 2019.
11:30, 31 July 2019
The president announced a number of steps aimed at simplifying visa regime between the two countries.
10:20, 03 July 2019
The move is expected to increase Ukraine's attractiveness for highly qualified specialists.
10:40, 07 March 2019
Slobodyan reiterates the border guards have already carried out biometric control since the beginning of 2018.
10:21, 14 January 2019
The relevant resolution was published on the government portal.
15:40, 16 November 2018
This is not the first report on Russian clerics' visa issues with Greece.
22:10, 09 September 2018
London admits number of problems with visas for Ukrainians, plans to review issuance procedure - Ukraine's AmbassadorThe diplomat has assured that the situation is relevant to any foreign nationals seeking to obtain a British visa.
19:10, 28 August 2018
A visa costs $65.
00:58, 06 April 2018
Prime Minister Theresa May has previously identified the issue as something that would be looked at.
23:50, 28 March 2018
<p>Residents of occupied Crimea must apply for an American visa in Kyiv, the press service of the U.S. Embassy in Russia told UNIAN.</p>
15:15, 22 August 2017