Ukrainians don’t have to pay for a visa to Romania, which is one of the European Union members, under Decree №617 of September 8, published on the government website.
“It is one more step towards the liberalization of the visa regime with the EU countries,” reads the comment on the Decree.
The decision made by the Government, provides the Ukrainians with the right to obtain free long-term visas, which allow to stay in Romania for more than three months.
The agreement between Romania and Ukraine on the facilitation of trips for citizens of both countries was signed May 6 in Solotvino.
The Cabinet believes that the implementation of this agreement will contribute to the development of bilateral relations between the countries.
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