Ukrainians to travel to Albania without visas from April 1
On April 1, an agreement between Ukraine and Albania comes into force providing for the mutual abolition of visa requirements for citizens of both countries for up to 90 days, Consul General of Ukraine in Munich, Vadym Kostiuk, has said.
"On April 1, 2017, the agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Albania, on the mutual cancellation of visa requirements, comes into effect, which was signed in Tirana on November 4, 2016," Kostiuk wrote on his Facebook page.
In accordance with the provisions of the agreement, it is provided that citizens of Ukraine and Albanian citizens who use valid travel documents (foreign passports, seafarers' identity documents) can enter, leave, follow transit and stay without visas on the territory of the state of the other contracting party for a period not exceeding 90 days within 180 days.
As reported, on November 4, the Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin and Foreign Minister of Albania Ditmir Bushati signed an agreement between Ukraine and Albania on the mutual abolition of visa requirements.