Hungary and Serbia agreed for mutual recognition of India’s COVID-19 vaccination certificate, informed Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Arindam Bagchi.
He said that the recognition of vaccination certificates will help people to move to countries in the post-pandemic world for education, business, tourism and other things.
“Yet Another Country Recognizes India’s Vaccination Certificate! Traditional Friendship With Serbia Turns Into Mutual Recognition Of COVID-19 Vaccination Certificates!” Mr Bagchi said in a tweet.
Another country recognized India’s vaccination certificate!
Traditional friendship with Serbia translates into mutual recognition of COVID-19 vaccination certificates!
— Arindam Bagchi (@MEAIndia) 8 October 2021
Whereas in another tweet, Mr. Bagchi wrote, “Mutual recognition of COVID-19 vaccination certificates started! India and Hungary agree to recognize each other’s COVID-19 vaccination certificates. Education, business, tourism and beyond.” will facilitate mobility for the
The developments come a day after the UK government decided to remove the requirement of mandatory quarantine for vaccinated Indian travellers.
British High Commissioner to India, Alex Ellis, said in a tweet, “There is no quarantine for Indian travelers traveling to the UK from 11 October with Covishield or any other UK approved vaccine.”