Ukraine’s blue and gold passport opens more doors than Russia’s red passport
Thursday, August 2, 2018

Ukraine’s blue and gold passport opens more doors than Russia’s red passport

Ukraine’s blue and gold passport opens more doors than Russia’s red passport, according to a survey by Deutsche Welle of the 15 nations that emerged from the Soviet Union. Ukraine’s passport allows visa-free entry to 128 countries, compared to 118 for Russia. Of the 15 countries, Ukraine comes in fourth place after the three Baltic nations — all EU members. Latvians and Lithuanians have visa free access to 179 countries. Estonians have visa free access to 178 countries.

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