Visa waiver agreement with Ukraine comes into force June 29

The agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of Antigua and Barbuda on the mutual abolition of visa requirements enters into force on June 29.

“Pursuant to the provisions of the agreement, the citizens of Ukraine who have valid travel documents (diplomatic passport, service passport, passport of a citizen of Ukraine for traveling abroad, seafarers’ identity document, identity card for return to Ukraine) are eligible to enter, stay, leave and transit through the territory of Antigua and Barbuda without visas, provided that the duration of their stay does not exceed 90 days in 180 days period,” the Consular Service Department of the Foreign Ministry of Ukraine reports on Facebook.

As noted, the Ukrainian citizens, who intend to enter the territory of Antigua and Barbuda for a period exceeding 90 days regardless of the purpose of the trip, shall get a visa at the nearest diplomatic mission or consular office of Antigua and Barbuda before entering the country’s territory.

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  1. @ Lastone-Then apply for your Visa so you can go to Canada-if you are refused it’s because you’re not qualified.
    If you’re not qualified it means you may have intent to stay illegally in the people Country so you dont deserve to go in the first place.. Some of you are soo dam silly its not funny.Politics really messing with you’ll Grey matter..

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