Slovakia Permits for Entry for Ukrainians who are fleeing from the war Without Valid Travel Documents

The Slovakian Ministry of the Interior has declared that all Ukrainians seeking refuge from the war are allowed entry into the country, even those without the proper travel documents.

Slovakia Permits for Entry for Ukrainians who are fleeing from the war Without Valid Travel Documents

Slovakia Permits for Entry for Ukrainians who are fleeing from the war Without Valid Travel Documents

The Slovakian Ministry of the Interior has declared that all Ukrainians seeking refuge from the war are allowed entry into the country, even those without the proper travel documents.

" After an individual assessment, we'll also permit entry into within the borders of the Slovak Republic to persons who are not carrying an acceptable traveling document (biometric passport)," the Minister said in a press announcement on Friday, February 25, concerning what is happening at the border between Ukraine and Slovakia.

According to the press release in the same press release, Slovakian police are ensuring smooth operation at the border crossings with Ukraine and Ukraine, which all are operating - except for the railway crossing, Cierna Nad Tisou police.

The Ministry claims that there aren't lengthy lines or wait times at these borders as people aged 18-60 aren't permitted the right to travel out of Ukraine.

It is important to take note that in the event that there is an influx of persons entering the nation from Ukraine The border authorities are prepared to increase the security and provide services. Additionally, the Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic and officers of the Police Force are also ready to assist in this matter.

In the early hours of today earlier today, it was revealed that the Ministry of Interior revealed that 10,526 visas were issued within the past 24 hours, according to visaoperations reports.

At a conference held on February 25th, the government of Slovakia also approved amendments to the law regarding asylum, civil protection, and cyber security to prepare for mass migration to Slovakia.

With the changes made by amending the Civil Protection Act, the government will be able to apply economic mobilization measures in order to guarantee the shelter of refugees arriving, provide transportation for them, and also provide medical assistance.

As a result of the amendments to the Asylum Act, the Slovak authorities will be able to provide temporary refuge for foreigners, without the requirement of approval from the EU Council.

" Temporary refuge is intended for shielding aliens from the effects of war, of a humanitarian disaster or a massive or systematic human rights violation within the country in which the person is a national or a stateless person living in their home country," the Ministry of Interior provides a description of the new rules.

The law does not require Ukrainians seeking temporary shelter who have secured a place to be detained in a camp.

The remaining neighboring countries also have confirmed that they are preparing for the admission of Ukrainian refugees fleeing from the conflict including here Poland as well, which confirmed that only those who don't have legitimate travel papers will not be allowed to enter the country also.

Czechia however has activated The Migration Wave Preparedness Program to assist Ukrainians who are planning to leave their country. The plan will allow them to get a particular kind of visa using an easy process in order to stay in Czechia when needed.


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