In a bid to boost bilateral ties, Ukraine has simplified the visa procedure for Indian travelers. 

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“Considering India’s continuous economic grown, the government of Ukraine has enacted a new law granting the facility of visa-on-arrival for Indian businessmen and tourists for trips lasting up to 15 days,” said a senior diplomatic source. The new visa law has revised the normal visa fees to $65 for all visa seekers from India.

“The new tariff will be applicable irrespective of the number of entries,” said the diplomat, explaining that Ukraine’s new decision is aimed at warming up people-to-people ties between the two countries.

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Procedures eased

The diplomat clarified that the new visa policy of Ukraine is aimed at Indian, Chinese, Mexican, and Australian visitors.

“Earlier, normal visa took 30-days to process, but now normal visas from India will be processed in 10 days,” said the source.

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