At the entrance to Ukraine Russians visa is not required. In April 2007, signed an agreement on visa-free travel, which determines the list of documents that are valid for trips of citizens of both states. New document reduces the number of valid documents for crossing the border. As before, in order to take a trip to the territory of another state, the citizens of Russia and Ukraine do not need a visa and for the purchase of a travel document (ticket) is sufficient citizen passport Russia or Ukraine. The child must be a birth certificate with a liner, proof of citizenship, as well as permission from parents if it is a journey in their absence. The new agreement changed the list of documents which, in addition to the nationality of the passport of Russia or Ukraine, valid for the implementation of mutual visits. Thus, in accordance with the agreement citizens of Russia enter, reside and travel through the territory of Ukraine on the basis of documents: 1.Pasport citizen Russia; 2.Pasport citizen Russia, confirming the identity of a citizen Russia outside Russia (passport); 3.Diplomatichesky passport 4.Sluzhebny passport 5. Birth certificate (for children under 14 years) with the citizenship of Russia, 6. Seaman's book (identity document) - if the ship's role, or extracts from it; 7. Certificate of entry (return) to Russia (only to return to Russia) 8. Evidence of flight crew of an aircraft.
No registration Russians may be in the territory of Ukraine for 90 days. The moment of crossing the border is fixed in the migration card. In case of loss of documents or other visitors should immediately contact the law enforcement agencies and the diplomatic mission of Russia: Embassy in Kiev, Consulate General in Kharkiv, Simferopol and Odessa and Lviv. Instead there will be given a "certificate of return". One person may enter into Ukraine goods worth up to 200 euros and no more than 50 kg. In the personal luggage allowed 1 liter of vodka, 2 liters of wine, 5 liters of beer and 200 cigarettes.
Mode simplified customs control
Special mode simplified control (the "green" and "Red" corridors) is applied in cases of displacement of citizens through the customs border of Ukraine (TSU) of things, objects and values not subject to mandatory declaration to the customs and taxation, and do not fall under the category of objects on the movement of which across the customs border of Ukraine has set the current legislation bans and restrictions. Typically, the checkpoint GMA "Simferopol" simplified customs control is applied in the direction of "arrival" and "fly" on regular flights, flights clearly non-commercial nature, as well as charter flights, who travels organized groups of tourists or vacationers traveling to the Ukraine in particular from CIS. Citizens passing through simplified customs control (green corridor) are exempt from any customs duties. Declaring in the mode of the simplified customs control carried out by citizens through the choice of the corridor passing the TSU in the GMA Simferopol. This exemption from the provision of the customs declaration does not mean exemption from the obligation of citizens to observe the procedure for moving through the TSU currency values and other items. Citizens who have violated the conditions of transition through the "green" corridors are responsible under the law. Passengers who have with them in carry-on baggage and luggage items subject to compulsory declaration, the customs authority, customs clearance pass through the "Red Corridor, ie Declaring them mandatory by written declaration and presenting them for inspection.