Turkish-European Mutual Recognition of Corona Vaccine Certificates

0
417

Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister Yavuz Selim Qiran announced that his country has reached an agreement with the European Union countries on the mutual recognition of the vaccine certificate.

-Advertisement-



With the aim of removing restrictions imposed on mutual travel due to the consequences of the Coronavirus.

And he said in a tweet via Twitter on Saturday that Turkish citizens and citizens of EU countries who have a certificate of obtaining the vaccine will be able to travel between the two sides without undergoing quarantine procedures and virus tests.

He explained that Ankara also reached a similar agreement with 12 other countries around the world.

They are Albania, Bulgaria, Indonesia, Palestine, Morocco, Georgia, Switzerland, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Hungary, Moldova, Serbia, Ukraine, and Greece.

-Advertisement-



He pointed out that the mutual recognition of the Corona vaccine certificate will have a significant positive impact on facilitating travel and movement procedures for Turkish citizens.

Qiran pointed out that this agreement comes as a result of the efforts and continuous work of Turkish diplomacy.