This was announced by Dokument SE press secretary Volodymyr Polishchuk on air of 112 Ukraine, Censor.NET reports.
Three Kyiv offices of the Document SE that closed due to high demand for travel passports as the EP approved visa-free travel for Ukrainians several weeks ago have restored operation. They include offices at Bazhana Street, Tarasa Shevchenka Boulevard, and Lesi Ukrainky Boulevard.
Polishchuk also said offices of the company in other cities would open soon, probably by the end of the week. Dokument SE operates 26 centers across Ukraine and plans to open some more in the near future.
On April 6, the European Parliament approved granting Ukrainians the right to travel to the countries of the European Union without visas. 521 MEPs supported the decision, 75 were against, 36 abstained.
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