Ukraine signed a visa-free agreement with the Marshall Islands
The ceremony of signing a visa facilitation agreement between Ukraine and the Marshall Islands was held at the Ukrainian Embassy in the USA. This was reported by the press service of the Ukrainian diplomatic mission in the United States.
“Today, another exotic country” opens “its doors to Ukrainians,” the report said.
The document was signed by Chargé d’Affaires of Ukraine to the United States Andriy Yanevsky and the Ambassador of the Marshall Islands to the United States Gerald Zakios.
The embassy noted that it is enough for Ukrainians to have a valid passport so that they can stay on the territory of the Marshall Islands without visas for 180 days, but on condition that one stay does not exceed 90 consecutive days.
The contract will enter into force after the parties have completed domestic procedures.