He reminded that on Apr. 29, the European Commission approved a unified list of documents that must be submitted by citizens of Ukraine to the consular offices of the Member States to apply for a visa. According to Perebyinis, for its part, Ukraine within the framework of further simplifying travel for its citizens to the EU has consistently demanded from the European side an early adoption of the list of documents for the citizens of Ukraine, which would be uniform for all states.
Therefore, approved a list approved in April makes the Ukrainian citizens applying for a Schengen visa to provide four documents that confirm the purpose of the trip, a source of income in Ukraine, or a certificate of employment, the availability of funds for travel or a bank statement, the availability of accommodation during their stay in Schengen countries .
"Therefore, the list of documents required by the consular offices of Poland in Ukraine fully complies with the European Commission approved the decision on this issue," Perebyinis said.