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Visa-free travel between Ukraine and the EU came into force on June 11, 2017. This means that citizens of Ukraine with biometric passports can cross the border with 30 European countries without a visa and stay in the EU countries for no more than 90 days during 180-day period.
Visa-free travel offers Ukrainians the opportunity of free movement around Europe and provides many opportunities for business, for learning within short-term programs or internships, as well as for spontaneous trips, recreation and visits to friends and relatives.
At the same time, the visa-free regime does not give the right to work in the EU member states. Neither does it imply the right to permanent residence in the EU. For this purpose, it is still necessary to get a special national visa, or a declaration of intention to employ a foreigner, or a residence permit.
During the led-up to visa-free travel, Ukraine implemented a number of important reforms stipulated in the Action Plan on visa liberalization with the EU. The positive results of the visa-free dialogue between Ukraine and the European Union include the establishment of anti-corruption institutions that will reinforce the prevention and fight against corruption, introduction of a system of electronic declarations of officials’ property, reforms in the areas of migration, security of documents, and integrated border management.
More information can be found at http://openeurope.in.ua/
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Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU Research and Innovation programme ever with nearly €80 billion of funding available over 7 years (2014 to 2020). It promises more breakthroughs, discoveries by implementing great ideas at the world market.
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EU Info Centres disseminate information about the EU and its policy, granting the assistance to universities and research centres in students’ studies and research works concerning European integration, and also promoting students’ participation in debates on European issues.
EU Study Days - is the EU Delegation’s education project for students and graduates to get new knowledge from prominent EU-based and Ukrainian experts about perspectives and today’s EU-Ukraine relations.
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