Saint Kitts & Nevis and Ukraine signs Visa Waiver Agreement
Saint Kitts & Nevis Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mark Brantly and Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin have signed the abolition of bilateral visa requirements, which will allow citizens of both countries to travel visa-free. This happen during a ministerial meeting on September 22 on the sidelines of the 71st Session of the UN General Assembly in New York.
According to the Passport Index this is a significant gain for Ukraine and Saint Kitts & Nevis. The passport of the Federation of Saint Kitts & Nevis now allows its citizens to visit 124 countries visa-free.
The Implementation of visa waivers agreement will promote the development of bilateral relations, investments and socio-economic development between countries. The Federation of Saint Kitts & Nevis has one of the longest running Citizenship by Investment programs (CIP) in the world.
In addition to Ukraine, Saint Kitts has also signed a visa waiver agreement with the Maldives.
Passport Index is a global ranking of the world’s passports and measures the power of passports based on the number of countries citizens can visit visa-free.