Ankara officially allowed Ukrainians to travel to Turkey using domestic ID-cards


On May 20, Ankara officially published an agreement on condition of mutual travels, allowing Ukrainian citizens to travel to Turkey using domestic ID-cards.

Head of the State Migration Service Maksym Sokoliuk wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.

"On May 20, the Turkish authorities officially published the agreement (#10324) between two countries on condition of mutual travels. Now, Ukrainian citizen can travel to Turkey with domestic ID-cards," Sokoliuk wrote.

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"Nationals of the State of either Party shall enter, exit, transit through and stay in the territory of the State of the other Party without a visa, on the basis of valid travel documents, provided that their stay will not exceed ninety (90) days within one hundred and eighty (180) days period," the official agreement reads.

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On March 10, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved a draft agreement with Turkey on mutual trips on ID-cards.

On March 14, Ukraine and Turkey signed an agreement allowing citizens to make mutual trips on ID-card.

On May 17, President of the European Parliament Antonio Tajani has signed a document allowing Ukrainian citizens traveling to the EU without visa.Источник: https://en.censor.net.ua/n440709