Ukrainians will not be able to return to full-fledged travel abroad until the end of the global vaccination campaign.
Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba stated this in an interview with the Kyiv Post.
"The main priority now is vaccination... Full-fledged international travel will not be resumed until vaccination is completed and until the pandemic is brought under control," the Minister said.
Slow progress in vaccination of the population is associated with the shortage of vaccines all over the world, and Ukraine is no exception.
To get ahead, many states are canceling vaccine exports until their populations are fully immunized.
Kuleba hopes that friendly states such as Poland will help Ukraine in vaccination. And in this direction, Ukrainian diplomacy is making every effort.
As reported, none of the companies producing vaccines sells coronavirus drugs to the commercial market. That is why a free state vaccination program will proceed in Ukraine for the time being.