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Ukraine, Switzerland agree on mutual recognition of vaccination passports

Source : 112 Ukraine

The foreign ministers of the two countries, Kuleba and Cassis, also welcomed the readiness of the Novator state enterprise to launch in the near future the production of artificial lung ventilation devices based on Swiss technology and funding
13:17, 29 October 2021

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba, during talks with Vice President and Chairman of the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs Ignazio Cassis, announced that an agreement had been reached between the countries on the mutual recognition of Covid certificates as Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry reported.

"Ukraine and Switzerland have also completed the procedure for mutual recognition of documents on vaccination against Covid-19, which will facilitate the travel of our citizens," the minister said.

Related: Unvaccinated Ukrainians to lose their Covid certificates

Kuleba and Cassis paid special attention to the joint efforts of the countries to overcome the coronavirus pandemic. They welcomed the readiness of the Novator state-owned enterprise to launch in the near future the production of ventilators based on Swiss technology and funding in order to strengthen the capabilities of Ukrainian hospitals.

As we reported, the European Union officially recognized that the Ukrainian Covid certificates at Diya app comply with the European as the Ministry of Digital Transformation reported.

 

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