Turkey will cancel PCR tests for Ukrainians from May 15
From May 15, passengers flying to Turkey from Ukraine don’t need to present the results of the PCR testing. The Turkish government is canceling this requirement.
This was reported by UATV with reference to the Telegram of the Minister of Culture and Information Policy Oleksandr Tkachenko.
“The Declaration of Intent, which was signed between Ukraine and Turkey in May, has its first results. The world will not be the same as before. However, if we can, following the safety of norms, we hope at least partially return to the usual reality”, – the minister informs.
According to him, the testing will be cancelled for passengers from China, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, Japan, Great Britain, Latvia, Luxembourg and Estonia.
Previously it was reported that Ukraine and Turkey have expanded air services.
Earlier, Ukraine has broken the agreement with the Russian Federation on cooperation in the sphere of tourism.