Exactly one year after the Dutch referendum on 6 April 2016 rejected the adoption of the adoption of the EU’s association agreement with Ukraine, the European Parliament has today approved the last file of a legislative package that will allow Ukrainian citizens to travel to the EU without a visa.

The text has already been informally agreed with the Council and is likely to enter into force in June.

Ukrainian citizens who have biometric passports will be able to enter the EU for up to 90...


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