The document aims to exempt representatives of the most vulnerable segments of the population from paying consular fees in foreign diplomatic missions of Ukraine, the report said.
According to the law, persons affected by the Chornobyl disaster (categories I and II), people with disabilities (groups I and II), children with disabilities, orphans, and children deprived of parental care will not pay the consular fee for notarial acts abroad and for the receipt in foreign diplomatic missions of Ukraine of a passport for traveling abroad.
The law comes into force on the day following the day of its publication and becomes effective on January 1, 2022.
The Verkhovna Rada passed the law on July 15.
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