July 16, 2020 – KIEV, UKRAINE – An Agreement between the government of Grenada and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on the exemption of Visa requirements was signed today.
Grenada’s Ambassador Designate to Ukraine, H.E. Oleg Firer, and Ukraine’s Minister for Foreign Affairs, H.E. Dmytro Kuleba, executed an agreement that will waive visa requirements, allowing nationals of Grenada and Ukraine to travel between the 2 countries without a visa.
The agreement signed on Thursday, 16 July 2020, in the city of Kiev, capital of Ukraine will go into effect 30 days following notification of the parties’ completion of internal procedures necessary to implement the agreement.
Both diplomats acknowledged that the visa waiver is an important step for facilitating people-to-people contacts, boosting tourist exchanges and developing Grenada-Ukraine cooperation.
On September 26, 2019, on the margins of the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, then Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadim Prystaiko and Grenada’s Foreign Minister Peter Charles David signed joint communique on the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ukraine and Grenada.