Czech Republic starts issuing the multiple visas for Ukrainians for traveling and treatment
Starting from May 22, 2013 the consular establishments of Czech Republic are changing the visa policy towards the citizens of Ukraine. The Ukrainians who travel to Czech Republic with tourist and treatment aims will have an opportunity to get multiple visas instead single ones.
Ukrainian President ratifies the simplification of the visa regime with the EU
The Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych signed the Law On Ratification of the Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union on Amendments to the Agreement between Ukraine and the European Union on Simplification of Visa Granting.
Ukraine hopes for the Latvian support in the European integration
Ukraine highly estimates the Latvian role in the process of the ensuring of the constructive dialog with the EU.
Russia fails in liberalization of the visa regime with the EU
The Russian Federation and the European Union have different visions regarding the future liberalization of the visa regime.
Visa center of Italy opes in Lviv.
The visa center of the Italian Republic was opened in Lviv on March 11, 2013.
EU Parliament Can Impose Visa Sanctions against the Members of the Ukrainian Government
Member of the European Parliament Rebecca Harms says about the possibility of imposing of the visa sanctions against the representatives of the Ukrainian government.
Germany wants EU Visa-Free Regime for the Russian Officials
The German government agreed with the idea of imposing the visa-free regime for the Russian officials.
Germany is Ready to Veto Shengen for Romania and Bulgaria
The German government is going to veto Romania and Bulgaria's bid to join the Schengen Area.
EU presents Action Plan on Visa Liberalisation with Georgia
The EU Commissioner Cecilia Malmström presented the Action Plan on Visa Liberalisation with Georgia.
Ukrainians required to provide fingerprints to get long-term German visas, says Foreign Ministry
Germany is to request biometric data from Ukrainian applicants for long-term visas, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry’s press service reported.