Ukraine has stopped giving long-term visas to Estonian citizens for free, after Estonia did the same.

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the resolution on 15 November 2019.

An order from 18 July 2018 on issuing long-term visas for free to citizens of Estonia to enter Ukraine, was cancelled by the Ukrainian Cabinet.

Estonia discontinued the issuance of free long-term visas to Ukrainians and Belarusians at the beginning of November this year.

This decision was made by the fact that 90% of the citizens of Ukraine and Belarus applying for these long-term visas seek work in Estonia.

The duty-free registration of long-term visas in Estonia had been in effect since 2010 for Ukrainians, and for Belarusians since 2011.

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