Ukraine now has visa-free regime with an island in the Caribbean Sea


February 6, 2018 – Fort Russ News –

– Novorosinform, translated by Tom Winter –

Antigua and Barbuda, the two isles at center right, comprise an independent state.

Ukraine has signed an agreement on a visa-free regime with Antigua and Barbuda, an island state in the Caribbean Sea. This is reported on the Facebook page of the Ukrainian Embassy in the United States. 

The solemn document signing ceremony on the mutual cancellation of visa requirements between the two countries was held in Washington with the participation of the Ukrainian Ambassador to the United States Valery Chaly and Ambassador of Antigua and Barbuda to the United States Ronald Sanders.

The visa-free agreement provides for staying in countries for a period not exceeding 90 days within 180 days.

Recall that the visa-free regime with the EU countries is one of president Poroshenko’s main arguments and the subject of boasting in disputes with opponents. On January 5, Poroshenko once again bragged about the visa-free regime and said goodbye to Russia.

At the same time, the visa-free regime with the EU is under threat. On December 20, the European Union presented a number of conditions for the maintenance of a visa-free regime with Ukraine.

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