Ukraine and Serbia signed an agreement to expand visa-free regime. This was announced by the President Petro Poroshenko after talks with his Serbian counterpart.
“We extended the agreement on visa-free regime with Serbia. Now Ukrainians will be able to stay in this country without a visa for 90 days. The corresponding agreement was signed today in Belgrade”, – wrote Poroshenko on Twitter.
“Just a few weeks ago we agreed that we will sign an agreement that extends visa-free stay of citizens of Serbia in Ukraine and citizens of Ukraine in Serbia to improve contacts between people, in order to facilitate the visits of tourists, businessmen, cultural figures to each other, so that our peoples get better acquainted with each other. I am sure that the document signed today will play a very important role. We agreed to create a Commission that will study the General political events of our history,” – said the Ukrainian President at a joint news conference with Aleksandar Vucic, Serbian President.
We will remind, on June 29 entered into force bezviz of Ukraine to Antigua and Barbuda – government in the Islands of the Caribbean.