As of June 18, 2017, 18,000 Ukrainian citizens have crossed the border with the countries of the European Union, using the right of visa-free travel, according to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.
Since 11 June, a total of 441,000 Ukrainians crossed the border with the EU, including 90,000 citizens who used biometric passports. Some 18,000 people benefited from the visa-free regime and crossed the border only with biometric passports, the agency said.
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As UNIAN reported earlier, only 17 Ukrainians had been denied entry into EU since the introduction of the visa-free regime.