Ukrainian vaccination certificate has already been recognized by several European countries. This was announced by Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal during an hour of questions to the government.
The online broadcast of the plenary session can be viewed HERE.
"We are systematically working towards the recognition of Ukrainian covid certificates abroad, so that Ukrainians can travel freely around the world ... Hungary, Greece, Moldova and Turkey have already agreed to recognize Ukrainian certificates," Shmyhal said.
According to Shmyhal, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is actively working to expand this list.
Ukrainian vaccination certificates started working on July 1.
Meanwhile, Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry plans to run to the vaccination from coronavirus in pharmacy shops. So far, the issue is being considered. Roman Rodina, Director General of Public Health of Ukraine's Healthcare Ministry said.
"We are working on vaccination in drug stores. There's no final decision here, but we are working on normative matters to see if it's appropriate that one can get vaccinated even in drug stores. Besides, we're going to have a flu season, and the vaccination from flu will be up to date in autumn, too," he said.