At the same time, long-term visas for stays in Dominica over 90 days will be free
The agreement on the abolition of visa requirements for mutual travel of citizens of Ukraine and the Commonwealth of Dominica entered into force on November 13. This was reported on Facebook by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
It is noted that the agreement provides for mutual visa-free travel for any purpose of entry for up to 90 days within 180 days.
In addition, under the agreement, long-term visas for stays of more than 90 days will be free.
On August 19, the Cabinet of Ministers approved an agreement with the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica on the abolition of visa requirements, signed on May 15, 2019 in London.
The Commonwealth of Dominica is an island nation on the verge of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, between Guadeloupe and Martinique, with an area of 751 square meters. km and a population of about 72 thousand. The population is predominantly Africans by descent, about 500 Caribbean aborigines also live on the island.