Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba and his Indonesian counterpart Retno LP Marsudi signed an intergovernmental agreement on the abolition of short-stay visa requirements.
This was reported by the MFA Ukraine’s press service, Ukrinform reports.
The document was signed in Kyiv on Wednesday, June 29.
The deal will allow Ukrainians visa-free travel to Indonesia for up to 30 days during each visit, and Indonesian citizens to Ukraine – for up to 30 days during a 60-day period.
The Foreign Ministry added that Ukrainian citizens have been able to enter Indonesia without a visa since 2016, in accordance with a unilateral decision of the Indonesian side. Under the new agreement, Ukraine and the Republic of Indonesia will establish a mutual regime of visa-free travel for all categories of citizens on a permanent basis.
The agreement will enter into force upon completion of national procedures by both parties.
As reported, on the morning of June 29, Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrived in Kyiv. During the trip, he visited Irpin, Kyiv region.
Tomorrow, June 30, the President of Indonesia will come to Moscow, where he will meet with Putin.