Ukraine and Lithuania have agreed to simplify the exchange of driver’s licenses, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said.
According to him, the relevant agreement was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine on Friday. Therefore, the exchange of the certificate will not require additional exams.
“The exchange of driver’s licenses will take place without passing theoretical and practical exams. This will save the time and effort of thousands of people,” the head of government said.
To exchange a certificate, you will need to submit a document of permanent residence in the country, an original certificate and a valid medical certificate.
For message Lithuanian public broadcaster, as of January 2023, there were 94,891 Ukrainians in the country. This is the largest group of foreigners living in this Baltic country.
Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian aggression, Lithuania, like the other Baltic states – Latvia and Estonia – has consistently and resolutely supported Ukraine.