Which countries have opened borders for Ukrainians: a list from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Which countries have opened borders for Ukrainians. Photo: pixabay

Which countries have opened borders for Ukrainians. Photo: pixabay

Because of the new coronavirus strains spread, a number of countries have decided to close their borders to foreigners, including Ukrainians.

The US and the UK will start requiring travelers to report negative coronavirus test results. In addition, there is a possibility that vaccination passports will appear in the world containing information on the coronavirus vaccinations made.

Which countries have opened borders for Ukrainians

Eurasian countries:

  • Kazakhstan;
  • Uzbekistan;
  • Armenia;
  • South Korea;
  • Nepal;
  • Bulgaria;
  • Serbia;
  • Montenegro;
  • Albania;
  • North Macedonia;
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina;
  • Great Britain.

Countries in the Near and Middle East:

  • Iran;
  • Afghanistan;
  • Iraq;
  • Turkey;
  • Jordan;
  • Saudi Arabia;
  • UAE;
  • Oman;
  • Lebanon.

African countries:

  • Egypt;
  • Sudan;
  • Chad;
  • CAR;
  • Republic of South Sudan;
  • Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia;
  • Somalia;
  • Kenya;
  • Uganda;
  • Rwanda;
  • Burundi;
  • Tanzania;
  • Malawi;
  • Zambia;
  • Zimbabwe;
  • Republic of South Africa;
  • Lesotho;
  • Eswatini;
  • Botswana;
  • Namibia;
  • Madagascar;
  • Maldives;
  • Comoros Islands;
  • Mauritius;
  • Burkina Faso;
  • Nigeria;
  • Benin;
  • Togo;
  • Ghana;
  • Gambia;
  • Sierra Leone.

Countries of North and South America:

  • Cuba;
  • Bahamas;
  • Haiti;
  • Dominican Republic;
  • Antigua and Barbuda;
  • Jamaica;
  • Barbados;
  • Dominica;
  • Saint Lucia;
  • USA;
  • Honduras;
  • Mexico;
  • Guatemala;
  • Belize;
  • Salvador,
  • Nicaragua;
  • Costa Rica;
  • Panama;
  • Colombia;
  • Ecuador;
  • Peru;
  • Brazil;
  • Guyana;
  • Paraguay;
  • Chile.


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