The foreign ministers of Israel and Ukraine, Avigdor Lieberman and Kostyantyn Hryshchenko, will on Wednesday sign a visa-free travel agreement, the Israeli Foreign Ministry said, RIA Novosti reported.
The new border crossing procedure will take effect within three months since the signing of the document, which is also to undergo internal ratification procedures.
Hryshchenko, who starts a two-day visit to Israel on Wednesday, and Lieberman will sign the agreement in Jerusalem.
Israel hopes the number of Ukrainian tourists will more than double in the years to come to exceed 200,000 people following the cancellation of the visa regulations.
A visa-free regime between Israel and Russia took effect in September 2008.