Ukrainians seeking visas to travel to Iceland should soon have an easier go of it, the Kyiv Post reports.
Ukraine’s First Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister, Ruslan Demchenko, has reported that the Ukrainian government has approved an agreement between the country’s Cabinet and the Icelandic government to simplify visa registrations. According to the Kyiv Post the number of documents needed to obtain a visa will be minimal and the waiting period will be a maximum of 10-days.
Currently, Ukraine is listed among the countries that require a visa to enter Iceland as a tourist. The requirements for obtaining a visa presently include submission of an application form, travel documents, passport photos, fingerprints, bank statements, documents outlining the purpose of the trip or itinerary, and payment of a visa fee.