Most Ukrainians in 2017 traveled to Poland, Russia, Hungary and Moldova

Most Ukrainians in 2017 traveled to Poland, Russia, Hungary and Moldova. This was reported by the State statistics service, citing data from the State border service.

According to statistics, in Poland has left 9 990 978 people, in Russia – 4 376 423, in Hungary – 3 118 758 people, Moldova – 1 680 353 persons, Belarus – 1 186 466 people, Turkey – 185 1 051 people, Romania – 045 1 424.

While organized tours most Ukrainians went to Turkey (29 495), Egypt (14 810), Belarus (12 656), Bulgaria (12 255) United Arab Emirates (8 135).

In business travel, most Ukrainians went to Belarus (42 868), Russia (28 177) Bulgaria (7 925), Turkey (7 459), Romania (3 475).

However, according to state frontier service, in whole in 2017 in Canada left only 1 Ukrainian.

Only in 2017 abroad visited 26 437 413 Ukrainians, including those carried out private travel – 26 219 255 people, guided tours – 120 887 people, travel – 97 271 people.

It is noted that the statistics are not included the soldiers and staff vehicles.

Recall that in 2017, most Ukrainians went to work in Poland, Russia, Italy and Czech Republic.

Note 1 January 2018 started locking system biometric data for citizens of 70 countries. On the border with Russia Ukraine is in a test mode launched biocontrol 27 Dec.

As of January 30, approximately 400 thousand citizens of Ukraine crossed the border under the terms of a visa-free regime with the European Union.