Ukraine has cancelled the simplified regime for the export of pets, which was introduced after the start of the invasion of Russia, in the EU countries. This was announced by the first lady Elena Zelenska in Telegram.
Under the updated rules, which apply to dogs, cats and ferrets, the animal must be:
be identified with a microchip;be vaccinated against rabies (vaccination is valid);
A current serological test to detect antibodies to the rabies pathogen;
have a valid European passport or health certificate.
"Don't worry, though - if you don't have something, be sure to tell the border guard about it. In Poland, for example, your pet will be labeled and vaccinated against rabies for free," Zelenska noted.