Ukraine and Moldova have agreed to sign an agreement on the mutual recognition of Covid certificates. The corresponding decision was made during the meeting of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba with the head of the diplomatic department of Moldova Aureliu Cioco. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine.
The ministers also agreed to intensify trade and economic cooperation, in particular to study the possibility of canceling roaming charges for calls between Ukraine and Moldova.
"The parties separately discussed preparations for the Crimean Platform summit on August 23 this year in Kyiv, as well as exchanged views on other issues of the bilateral and international agenda," the statement said.
Ukraine is ready to launch coronavirus vaccination certificates from July 1 this year. This was announced by the chief sanitary doctor of Ukraine Viktor Lyashko in a commentary to journalists.
According to Lyashko, today Ukraine is taking part in two working groups on the implementation of such certificates.
"Ukraine is taking part in two working groups on the introduction of covid certificates. One is from WHO, the second is from the EU, which offers certain privileges for vaccinated persons or people with immunity under quarantine restrictions. That is, attending concerts, cinemas, shopping centers, and so on, "he said.