: Ukraine and Romania abolish fees for long-term visas

20:18 May. 6, 2016

Ukraine and Romania abolish fees for long-term visas

Foreign Ministers of Ukraine and Romania sign an agreement to abolish long-term visa fees, May 6, 2016. (Photo courtesy Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine)

Foreign ministers of the two countries hold a working meeting

Foreign Ministers of Ukraine and Romania Pavlo Klimkin and Lazar Comanescu during a working meeting have signed an agreement to cancel long-term visa fees for those travelling between the two countries. The citizens of Ukraine and Romania will be able to get free permits for the entrance and stay in the respective country for a term over 90 days.

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The ministers also discussed issues of crossborder and regional cooperation, border infrastructure development and solving educational and cultural problems of Ukrainian national minority in Romania and of Romanian national minority in Ukraine.

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