The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has lifted the ban on the entry of passengers arriving from India, which has been in force since May 2.
This is stated in Resolution No. 11611, which was published on the Government portal.
The document lifts the ban on the entry of foreigners and stateless persons who arrived from the Republic of India or stayed in its territory for at least seven days over the past 14 days.
As reported, the Government of Ukraine banned the entry of foreigners and stateless persons arriving from the Republic of India or staying in its territory for at least seven days over the past 14 days from 00:00 on May 2.
On June 16, the Government extended quarantine in Ukraine until August 31, 2021, with a green level of epidemic danger throughout the country.
Currently, citizens of Ukraine and foreigners with a permanent residence permit in Ukraine can cross the state border without impediments.