Ukrainians visited 123 world countries in 2020

Ukrainian citizens travelled to 123 countries last year.

In total, more than 11 million 250 thousand Ukrainians travelled abroad last year, Ukrinform reports with reference to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine.

"Three bordering countries were the most visited by Ukrainians. In particular, about 4 million Ukrainians visited the Republic of Poland, 1 million 635 thousand Ukrainians visited Hungary and 1 million Ukrainian citizens visited Russia. The leaders of last year were also Turkey visited by 965 thousand Ukrainians and Egypt - 730 thousand Ukrainians," the State Border Guard Service informs.

A large number of Ukrainians travelled to Romania - more than 626 thousand, Belarus - 496 thousand, Slovakia - 336 thousand, Moldova - 328 thousand, Germany - 222 thousand and the UAE - 100 thousand people.

Popular destinations for Ukrainians in 2020 were also Austria visited by 68 thousand Ukrainians, Italy - almost 60 thousand, Spain - 53.5 thousand, the UK - 44.5 thousand, Bulgaria - 42 thousand, Israel - 41 thousand, Georgia - 33.6 thousand, Greece - 26.5 thousand, Denmark - 24 thousand, Qatar - about 20 thousand, the Dominican Republic – 14.5 thousand, Montenegro - 23 thousand, Croatia - 16.2 thousand, Albania - 12 thousand, Lithuania - 33 thousand, Latvia - 19.5 thousand, Finland - almost 10 thousand Ukrainians.

About 3.4 million foreigners from 192 countries visited Ukraine in 2020. The vast majority of foreigners arrived in Ukraine for private and tourist purposes, while 70 thousand people were transiting through Ukraine.

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