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Ukrainians are preparing to end “bezveze”

Украинцев готовят к концу "безвиза"

Once in Ukraine, the euphoria over liberalization of the visa regime with the EU, entering into force on 11 June, the official Kiev and its “international partners” began to inform the population of the unpleasant nuances of this innovation.

In particular, we have started awareness campaign about who and why may not be allowed in Europe if all the necessary documents and for what reasons “bezviz” may abruptly end before it begins.

For example, the state border service of Ukraine issued a clarification in which Ukrainian tourists warned: the border guards of the EU can not let the Ukrainians if they will not be able to clearly explain the purpose of the trip. “Border inspection should determine that the traveler is not planning to break European migration rules, and the guards will check the conditions of entry. Remember, a biometric passport, a confirmation of the purpose and conditions of stay and financial security (or guarantee) is required by default,” – said in a statement posted on the website of the service.

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Ukrainian Foundation “Renaissance”, sponsored by George Soros, has conducted a study which showed that ordinary Ukrainians perceive the visa-free regime as an automatic permission to work in the EU, which is not true and in the future is fraught with the abolition of the visa liberalization. Against this background, the Ukrainian social networks spread panic rumors that the Polish foreign Ministry banned the entry of Ukrainians who participated in the fighting in the Donbass. Although officially these rumors are not confirmed, the denial of Polish visas to Ukrainian servicemen have already taken place.

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