However, Ukraine's suspended chief taxman Roman Nasirov will not get the document back since there is another court ruling ordering its surrender.
Speaker of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine Andrii Parubii instructed the Committee on Human Rights, National Minorities and Interethnic Relations to urgently consider the presidential bill No. 6175 in order to adopt it at the plenary session on Thursday.
The Russian authorities were reluctant to simplify travel for the residents of the so-called "DPR" and "LPR" to the territory of the Russian Federation.
Suspended Chief of State Fiscal Service Roman Nasirov did not hand over his British passport to the investigators.
The move followed consultations with Russia's central bank but might require the consent of the parent bank.
The Kremlin should also release Ukrainians illegally detained in Russia and abolish the ban on the Crimean-Tatar Mejlis.
Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov has said that Sberbank of Russia, a state-owned banking and financial services company, should stop its work in Ukraine.
On Monday, Feb. 20, France denounced Russia's decision to temporarily recognize passports issued by the Russian-backed militants in Ukraine's east, saying it was not in line with the spirit of the Minsk peace accord.
The embassy also urged to withdraw heavy weapons to facilitate sustained cease-fire in Ukraine's east.
Denis Voronenkov, a former member of the State Duma of the Russian Federation (Russian Federation Communist Party faction), a member of the parliamentary committee on security and corruption prevention was granted Ukrainian citizenship in December 2016.
There is a visa-free regime between the countries, but Ukrainians will be able to visit Turkey using internal passport soon.
Citizen of Ukraine Olena Pavlova, the widow of recently killed terrorist chieftain Motorola, has forged her passport using a blank stolen in Sloviansk in 2014.
Activist Yurii Ilchenko, who had been detained by occupant authorities in Crimea, told the story of his escape from the captivity and reaching the mainland Ukraine.
The citizens of Ukraine will be able to travel to Belarus only with international passports (the respective regime is introduced in 2017), while Belarusians will travel to Ukraine with their internal IDs.
Former Head of National Police in the Vinnytsia region Anton Shevtsov, detained under suspicion of high treason while trying to leave for Russia, had got Russian passport and sought employment with the Russian invaders in Crimea.
The 'DPR' terrorist organization will start issuing 'passports' to the residents of the occupied territories of the Donetsk region by the end of February.
Current internal passports held by Ukrainian citizens are likely to be replaced with ID cards during next four years.