A visa will no longer be required to visit Kenya


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According to the President of Kenya, the visa regime will be abolished from January 1, 2024.

Visas will be scrapped for all countries worldwide. Instead, an electronic travel permit will be introduced, as stated by President William Ruto on December 12.

Kenya earns significant revenue from tourism, offering travelers beach vacations in the Indian Ocean and safaris in the country’s national parks.

Previously, citizens of Ukraine had to obtain an electronic visa for Kenya or a visa upon arrival.

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