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Serbia and Ukraine has extended visa-free agreement

Сербия и Украина расширили безвизовое соглашениеPoroshenko is in Serbia on a working visit.

Poroshenko expressed hope for the support of Serbia in the matter of the UN peacekeeping mission in the Donbas.

Ukraine has extended the visa-free travel agreement with Serbia. This was announced by the Ukrainian head of state Petro Poroshenko on his page in Facebook on Tuesday, 3 July.

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The corresponding agreement Poroshenko signed in Belgrade with his Serbian counterpart Aleksandar Vucic.

“We extended the agreement on visa-free regime with Serbia. Now Ukrainians will be able to stay in this country without a visa for 90 days”, – wrote Poroshenko.

He also thanked Vucic for the reception of the Ukrainian delegation and expressed hope for support of Serbia in the matter of the UN peacekeeping mission to establish the sovereignty of Ukraine in all the occupied territories.

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