Ukraine, Hungary recognize each other's vaccination certificates, - Foreign Minister

Source : 112 Ukraine

It is the first time when the EU member country recognizes this document issued in Ukraine
20:04, 10 June 2021

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Ukraine and Hungary have mutually recognized each other's vaccination certificates. Dmytro Kuleba, Ukraine's Foreign Minister reported that on Twitter.

"It's official: Ukraine and Hungary have mutually recognized certificates of vaccination from Covid-19. Since JUne 11, it will be possible to travel with domestic certificates about completed vaccination course. I congratulate my counterpart and friend Peter Szijarto on successful implementation of our agreement. It's the first EU member country, which we made such a deal with", Kuleba wrote.

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The vaccination certificate is a yellow paper with following kinds of information: first and last names, birth date, passport information, the data about the medical establishment that issued the certificate, and the data about all types of vaccines that were injected. 

Meanwhile, more than a million of EU residents have already received certificates of vaccination from coronavirus. Didieu Reynders, the European Commissioner for legal issues said so as cited by Agerpres

The all-European system of Covid certificates is supposed to start working to full extent by July 1. Currently, these documents are issued in seven countries. 

"In order to speed up the procedure, we should be issuing as many certificates as possible in all EU countries - so that there are no surprises and we all are ready to to simplify the procedure of movement in Europe", Reynders said.

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