Ukrainians who were forced to leave for the Baltic countries will be able to return home for free

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Ukrainians who were forced to leave for the Baltic countries will be able to return home for free

Ukrainians who were forced to leave for the Baltic countries will be able to return home for free

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A free route for Ukrainians who were forced to leave their homes will be laid from Tallinn through Vilnius, Riga and Polish Rzeszów with a return to Lviv. This was emphasized by Oleksiy Boroday, Deputy Minister of Ukraine for Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories.


According to him, there is currently no direct free route for Ukrainians who left the occupied territories through Russia to the Baltic countries back to Ukraine. Only volunteers transport our citizens from Lithuania to Lviv free of charge.


Boroday stated that the MFA has agreed to launch a new route for Ukrainians wishing to return from abroad. The governments of the Baltic countries have already given permission, and we have up to 2 weeks to wait.


How to sign up for a free flight from the Baltic countries to Ukraine?


For this purpose, a hotline of the Ministry of Reintegration was created at number 15-48. Citizens of Ukraine will also be informed by the country's consulates in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

We will remind, earlier it was announced that citizens of Ukraine deported to Russia will be able to return to their homeland without documents.

We will remind you! If you have questions about the possibility of traveling abroad, you can contact the Visit Ukraine hotline at +380 93 972 4145. Consultants are available 24 hours a day to help you solve various issues.