Visa policy of Ukraine

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Ukraine allows citizens of specific countries to enter Ukraine without a visa.[1]

Crimea is under de facto Russian control and the visa policy of Russia applies.[2] Ukraine announced that foreigners should comply with Ukrainian visa regime including obtaining a Ukrainian visa if one is necessary and that otherwise it may entail sanctions for "support of the temporary occupation of the Ukrainian territory".[3]

Visa policy map[edit]

Visa policy of Ukraine

Visa not required for indefinite stay[edit]

Citizens of the following 6 countries can enter Ukraine without a visa for an indefinite stay.[4]

Visa not required for limited stay[edit]

Holders of passports of the following 57 jurisdictions can enter Ukraine without a visa for a stay up to 90 days within a 180 day period, except where otherwise noted.[4]

1 - up to 30 days within a 60 day period.
2 - up to 14 days.
3 - visa not required for service, tourist and private trips on conditions that documents certifying the purpose of the trip are provided
4 - up to 60 days.


  1. ^ "Visa Information - Ukraine". Timatic. IATA. Retrieved 17 December 2013. 
  2. ^ Foreigners Now Need Russian Visa to Visit Crimea
  3. ^ Ukraine insists on right of issuing Crimean visa
  4. ^ a b Visa requirements for foreigners entering Ukraine, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
  5. ^ Завтра вступають в дію обмеження щодо строків перебування росіян в Україні
  6. ^ Ukraine's Coastal Guard: З 7 квітня для громадян Російської Федерації змінюються терміни тимчасового перебування на території України