Information regarding the situation in Ukraine
The security situation in Ukraine has deteriorated severely following Russia’s invasion, and many people are now leaving Ukraine and entering neighbouring countries in Europe. The Swedish Migration Agency have gathered information about the situation in Ukraine and what applies to people who are coming to Sweden in connection with the conflict. The page is constantly updated.
The threat to Sweden and Swedish interests abroad was already classed as heightened.
In light of the fact that two Swedes have been killed in Brussels following a terrorist act, Swedes abroad are encouraged to exercise increased caution and vigilance, and follow the advice of local authorities.
Swedes abroad are also encouraged to register on the list of Swedish citizens abroad, and download the UD Resklar app and activate push notifications for the country in question.
Moldovan and Ukrainian citizens with biometric passports can travel to the Schengen area without visa, and stay for 90 days within a 180-day period.
Moldovan citizens with older passport (non-biometric) should contact the EU Common Visa Application Centre, administered by the Embassy of Hungary in Moldova. The Center issues visas for citizens of Moldova wishing to travel to Sweden or to Denmark, Norway, Austria, Slovenia, Sweden, Luxemburg, Estonia, Finland, Belgium, Greece, Slovakia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Latvia, and Hungary.