Ukraine, a large country in Eastern Europe with a coastline at the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov, it is bordered by Russia in northeast and east, Belarus in the northwest, Poland and Slovakia in the west, Hungary, Romania, and Moldova to the southwest. Ukraine covers an area of 600,000 km² making it the second largest country in Europe after Russia, it is about twice the size of Italy or slightly smaller than the U.S. state of Texas.
Ukraine’s landscape consists mainly of plains and plateaus, only the Carpathian mountains in the west reach 2,061 m (6,760 ft.) at Mount Hoverla (Hora Hoverla), the highest mountain in the country.
The country has a population of 45.4 million people (in 2016), capital and largest city is Kiev, spoken languages are Ukrainian, Russian is widely spoken, especially in the eastern and southern parts of the country
Ukraine is rich in natural wonders such as the largest canyon in Europe, a picturesque high mountain lake, a city on the water, a virgin steppe, etc. These unique locations are not just beautiful but also vibrant places of power and life energy.
What nationalities do not need an entry visa to Ukraine?
There are 3 types of Ukrainian entry visas:
transit (B type) visa for a foreigner/stateless person intending to transit through Ukraine and each transit period does not exceed 5 days.
short-term (C type) visa for a foreigner/stateless person staying in Ukraine up to 90 days within every 180 days.
long-term (D type) visa for a foreigner/stateless intending to apply for a temporary residence permit to stay in Ukraine for more than 90 days.
Residents of some countries do not have to obtain a visa to enter Ukraine. So, what are they?
Citizens of the following 5 countries can enter Ukraine without a visa for an indefinite stay:
Moreover, you can quickly check whether you need a visa to enter Ukraine here