Moldova and Georgia agree to mutually recognize vaccine certificates

The Republic of Moldova and Georgia agreed to mutually recognize the national COVID-19 vaccine certificates so as to facilitate the movement of citizens vaccinated in the Republic of Moldova, especially during the summer period, without these being obliged to self-isolate and have a test. The announcement was made by Minister of Foreign Affairs Aureliu Ciocoi following an agreement reached in a meeting with his Georgian counterpart David Zalkaliani on the sidelines of the Ministerial Meeting of the Global Coalition to Defeat Daesh/ISIS, IPN reports.

In a press release, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Moldova said Georgia is the third country, after Hungary and Ukraine, with which the Republic of Moldova agreed to mutually recognize the national vaccine certificates.

Bulgaria, Spain and Montenegro also announced they will recognize the vaccine certificates issued by the Moldovan authorities, which comply with the standards of the World Health Organization.

The Ministry noted that similar approaches were made to the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Romanies, Turkey, the Czech Republic, Greece, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania.

Updated information about the travel conditions is available in the weekly alerts published on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Integration in the division “Travel safely: MAEIE explains restrictions on travel abroad”.

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