Ukrainian Passport Ranked 41st Globally

Ukrainian Passport Ranked 41st Globally

Japan holds on to 1st place on the Henley Passport Index, with its citizens enjoying visa-free access to 190 countries in total. Singapore and South Korea share 2nd place on the 2019 edition with visa-free access to 189 countries, France and Germany — share 3rd place, offering passport-holders access to 188 countries. Ranking jointly 4thon the index, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden all provide visa-free access to 187 countries. Ukraine has climbed 3 places since 2018 and now occupies the top spot…

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Thailand Cancels Visa Fees for Ukrainians

Thailand Cancels Visa Fees for Ukrainians

The government of Thailand decided to waive the visa-on-arrival fee for Ukrainian citizens from November 15, 2018. Ukrainians starting from November 15 will not pay the consular fee of about $60 for receiving a tourist visa upon arrival. Ukraine systematically expands the geography of visa-free travel for Ukrainian citizens and promised to continue work in this area. The Ukrainian passport guarantees visa-free travel to 90 countries and 41 countries where visa upon arrival is available.

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Ukraine Introduces E-Visa

Ukraine Introduces E-Visa

Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) has announced that it will issue electronic visas (e-visas) to citizens of 52 countries from January 1, 2019, in an extended range of visa categories. Such visas will be issued to citizens of the following 52 countries: Australia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belize, Bolivia, Bhutan, Cambodia, China, Columbia, Costa Rica, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Fiji, Grenada, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, Kiribati, Kuwait, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, the Marshall…

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Christmas Guide to Seychelles

Christmas Guide to Seychelles

While most people dream about a white Christmas by the fireplace with a mulled wine in their hands, we’re here to tell you that a tropical paradise can be just as festive and fun during this joyful time of the year, as anywhere else in the world.  We may not have snow here in the Seychelles, but we do have lots of sunshine, clear-blue ocean, stunning beaches and delicious food, so if you’ve made the decision…

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The Best Ukrainian Restaurants in 2018

The Best Ukrainian Restaurants in 2018

The main event of the year for the professional restaurant community of the country was traditionally held in the black-tie format in congress – hall Parkoviy. The winners in 12 nominations were chosen by jury consisted of 20 Ukrainian experts and restaurateurs. The copper pan, the award, went to: Best coffee shop – ONE LOVE coffee (St. Nicholas Cathedral) Best meat restaurant – Goodman The best seafood restaurant – Catch Seafood Restaurant Best Ukrainian cuisine restaurant – ХУТОРЕЦЬ на…

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IBI-Rating Affirmes Rating of Investment Attractiveness of Sumy City

IBI-Rating Affirmes Rating of Investment Attractiveness of Sumy City

National rating agency IBI-Rating informs on affirming of the credit rating of Sumy city at uaA- grade, keeping the «stable» outlook and the rating of investment attractiveness at invA- grade. Such rating grades represent the high investment attractiveness and strong ability of the city to pay off its financial commitments. The «stable» outlook, with the highest probability, implies immutability of the rating on the horizon for 12 months. The affirmed ratings grade is due to…

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IBI-Rating Has Affirmed the Rating of Investment Attractiveness of Cherkasy city

IBI-Rating Has Affirmed the Rating of Investment Attractiveness of Cherkasy city

National rating agency IBI-Rating informs on affirming of the credit rating of Cherkasy city at uaBBB grade with a «stable» outlook and the rating of investment attractiveness at invВВВ+ grade. Such rating grades represent the sufficient investment attractiveness and sufficient capacity of the city to pay off its debt obligations. The «stable» outlook, with the highest probability, implies immutability of the rating on the horizon for 12 months. The affirming of ratings grade of Cherkasy…

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Ukraine Declares Martial Law

Ukraine Declares Martial Law

After Russia openly attacked and seized three Ukrainian naval vessels and 23 crew members in the Sea of Azov, Ukraine has declared martial law. The law will affect ten regions bordering Russia and the unrecognized territory of Transnistria: Vinnitsia, Luhansk, Mykolaiv, Odessa, Sumy, Kharkiv, Chernihiv, Kherson, Zaporizhia and Donetsk regions for a period of 30 days, from Wednesday 28 November to 27 December. It is possible that martial law could be extended if Russian aggression persists.   

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