Cabinet bans foreigners from traveling through Ukraine in transit

Cabinet bans foreigners from traveling through Ukraine in transit

The Cabinet of Ministers has banned foreigners from entering Ukraine who are traveling through the territory of our state in transit.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine reported this on Facebook, referring to the promulgated resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of September 2.

"The provision that provided for the possibility of entry into Ukraine for foreigners who were in transit has been canceled," the report reads.

In particular, persons who are one of the spouses and who are parents, children, grandmother or grandfather of a citizen of Ukraine are subject to the exceptions to the ban on entry.

The Ministry clarified that a person has the legal status of a child until he reaches the age of majority.

In addition, if persons come to Ukraine to study, it should only be a higher educational institution.

As Ukrinform reported, on August 26, the Cabinet of Ministers decided to temporarily restrict the entry of certain categories of foreigners into Ukraine until the end of September in order to prevent a second wave of COVID-19 in the country.


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