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September 20, 2021

Foreign Ministry hails visa liberalisation for Ukrainian nationals

Romania’s Foreign Ministry (MAE) is hailing the approval on Thursday of a regulation concerning the liberalisation of visas for Ukrainian nationals, mentioning that Romania has been a constant supporter of the liberalisation process as part of wider support for Ukraine’s European aspirations.

“Visa liberalisation for Ukrainian nationals travelling to the European Union is an essential element in facilitating interpersonal contacts and consolidating economic ties between Ukraine and the EU,” says MAE in a press statement.

It adds that Romania is supporting Ukraine’s continuing the reforms which outcome so far allowed the achievement of the liberalisation objective.

“Romania has followed at a bilateral level as well facilitating mobility by signing on October 2, 2014 of a small-scale cross-border trade agreement with Ukraine and an agreement concern the wavering of fees for long-stay visas on May 6, 2016, both in force now,” adds MAE.

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