Ukraine and Georgia signed an agreement on travel ID cards

Украина и Грузия подписали соглашение о поездках по ID-картам

Groisman and Bakhtadze signed an agreement on ID cards

Now the citizens of Ukraine will be able to travel to Georgia on the basis of internal passports in the form of ID cards.

Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Groisman and the head of the government of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze has signed an agreement on mutual abolition of visa requirements and the intersection of the citizens of the two countries border on ID cards.

On Friday, October 5, said Groisman on his page in Facebook.

“Together with the Prime Minister of Georgia Mamuka Bakhtadze will sign the agreement on mutual abolition of visa requirements,” he wrote in the social network.

The agreement stipulated that citizens of Ukraine will be able to travel to Georgia on the basis of internal passports in the form of ID cards, which contain a contactless electronic media.

Recall, 19 September the Ukrainian government approved the agreement with Georgia on travel ID cards. To date, the two countries signed a agreement on visa-free travel from March 31, 1999, which, in particular, relieve the citizens from the issuance of long-term visas to stay or residence for more than 90 days.

Earlier in the Ukraine were forbidden to obtain a passport in the form of books. Now a passport is issued only in the form of the ID-card.

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