The Embassy of Armenia in Ukraine has posted on his Facebook page that the Ukrainian government has made certain changes and adjustments in its provisional procedure for foreigners and stateless persons to enter and stay in Ukraine and has emphasized that the rules that the Embassy published on June 15 for entry into Ukraine are still in effect. The Embassy added the following:
“The new supplements to the rules that are applicable for citizens of Armenia are the following:
“1. The mandatory condition for observation or self-isolation for foreigners arriving from countries with significant spread of COVID-19 may be annulled, if the foreigner is tested for COVID-19 through a PSR test after crossing the border and if he or she tests negative.
2. The requirements for medical insurance forming a part of the documents submitted to Ukraine’s competent authorities during border control have been specified. The insurance contract (certificate) must be issued by a foreign company that has a mutual assistance contract with an insurance company registered in Ukraine, or a foreign insurance company with a representation in Ukraine, or a Ukrainian insurance company and a foreign company that covers the expenses for treatment of COVID-19 and observation and is valid for the person to stay in Ukraine.”