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  • Thailand Cancels Visas for Ukrainians


    From April 14, 2019, citizens of Ukraine will be able to travel to the Kingdom of Thailand for tourist purposes without visas. Travelers should have a travel passport (biometric or non-biometric) and the period of visa-free travel will be up to 30 days. To stay in Thailand for a period…

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  • A New Look for the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam

    National Maritime Museum

    The National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam (Het Scheepvaartmuseum) will open two brand new semi-permanent displays of its collection on 10 May 2019: Republic at Sea and Maps & Marvels.The Main Gallery, located in the north wing of the museum, will host Republic at Sea and acts as a new starting point for museum visits. Displaying fifty masterpieces from…

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  • Henley Passport Index 2019

    In a resounding demonstration of Asia’s growing power and influence on the world stage, Japan, Singapore, and South Korea now hold joint top spot on the Henley Passport Index, with a visa-free/visa-on-arrival score of 189. These latest results consolidate 12 months of Asian dominance, after Japan first climbed to the…

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  • International Travel Outperforming Economic Growth


    In 2018, the number of outbound trips increased by 5.5 per cent, resulting in 1.4 billion international trips. Hence, once again tourism is a key growth driver of the global economy, which “only” grew by 3.7 per cent in comparison. Growth is coming from all regions worldwide, also from the…

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  • Ukrainians to Visit Georgia with ID-cards

    On March 1, 2019, the updated Agreement between the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine and the Government of Georgia on the mutual abolition of visa requirements comes into effect – in addition to the existing visa-free mutual trips of citizens of Ukraine and Georgia based on internal passports in the…

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  • 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…

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  • 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…

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  • 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,…

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