KIEV, Aug. 15 (Xinhua) -- Ukraine is fulfilling its commitments under the visa-free regime with the European Union (EU), Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said on Wednesday.
"Ukraine fully fulfills its obligations, and Ukrainians can freely travel to the countries of the EU," Poroshenko wrote on Twitter.
The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry is set to hand over the national report on the visa-free agreement implementation by Ukraine to the European Commission soon, the Ukrainian leader added.
Last month, Poroshenko said that more than 1 million Ukrainians traveled without a visa to the EU since the introduction of the visa-free mechanism on June 11 last year.
The visa-free mechanism allows Ukrainian biometric passport holders to stay in the EU for 90 days without a visa in any 180-day period.
The mechanism applies to all EU countries, except Ireland and Britain. Ukrainians can also enter some non-EU countries -- Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland without a visa.