Mobile points for issuing foreign passports, ID cards and other documents to Ukrainian refugees will be launched in the Czech Republic, Germany and Turkey.
State enterprise "Dokument" has a successful experience of working in Poland. For example, in Warsaw, the passport center has been operating for more than 3 months, and specially equipped white minibuses with the symbols of SE Dokument are also operating in the capital, as well as in Krakow and Gdańsk.
Negotiations are currently underway to expand the network of foreign divisions of the Ukrainian Migration Agency not only in Poland, but also in a number of other countries. We are talking about the Czech Republic, Germany and Turkey.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine stated that they are now increasing the number of specialized buses that can work in this way. And in the future, they plan to open offices.
With the help of such an initiative, Ukrainian citizens have the opportunity to update their documents and get new ones instead of those lost during the evacuation. The number of mobile passport centers can serve up to 300-350 people per day. The queue is formed both online and live.