Russia and Hungary agreed on mutual recognition of covid certificates

“Mutual recognition is not & nbsp; vaccines, but & nbsp; certificates of & nbsp; vaccinations. It works. Here Hungary made such a decision, we & nbsp; and the Hungarians agreed on this. On the & nbsp; approach, & nbsp; we still have a number of states & raquo;, & nbsp; & mdash; he stated & nbsp; at the & nbsp; forum 'International agenda of Russian business: challenges, risks, strategy of interaction with the & nbsp; state'.

Earlier, on November 20 & nbsp; Russian Minister of Health Mikhail Murashko, after a meeting with the & nbsp; Israeli government delegation led by & nbsp; Minister of Tourism Yoel Razvozov, supported the creation of a working group on & nbsp; the issue of mutual recognition of certificates on & nbsp; vaccination against & nbsp; coronavirus between Israel and & nbs./p> Which countries have recognized the Russian vaccination certificate?

Before & nbsp; this, 18 & nbsp; November, the CEO of the Russian Direct Investment Fund Kirill Dmitriev said that & nbsp; positive news on & nbsp; mutual recognition of certificates of & nbsp; vaccination against & nbsp; coronavirus can be expected in & nbsp; 2022.

November 15 & nbsp; Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov expressed hope for a & nbsp; positive decision on & nbsp; mutual recognition of & nbsp; RF and & nbsp; European Union certificates on & nbsp; vaccination against & nbsp; coronavirus in & nbsp; the near future. According to & nbsp; he said, the Ministry of Health & nbsp; RF is working on & nbsp; this. With this & nbsp; Peskov called everyone's personal affair that & nbsp; some citizens get vaccinated abroad.

On & nbsp; that & nbsp; the same day it became known that & nbsp; vaccinated by Sputnik V & nbsp; tourists will begin to enter & nbsp; Israel from & nbsp; 1 & nbsp; December. On November 14, Israeli Minister of Tourism Yoel Razvozov said that & nbsp; the country is looking forward to tourists from & nbsp; Russia and & nbsp; expects to receive tens of thousands of Russians by & nbsp; the end of 2021.

Then & nbsp; same & nbsp; India allowed entry for & nbsp; vaccinated from & nbsp; ; COVID-19 tourists from & nbsp; 99 countries, to & nbsp; including from & nbsp; Russia, without & nbsp; the need to observe a two-week quarantine.