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In a united fight against the Coronavirus, countries like Siberia and Hungary, on Friday, October 8, agreed to recognise the COVID-19 vaccination certificate of India.
Official Spokesperson of the Union Ministry of External Affairs Arindam Bagchi confirmed this new via a tweet.
This major development came a day after the United Kingdom removed the mandatory quarantine ban on passengers travelling from India to the UK.
Hungary and India mutually decided to recognise each other’s vaccination certificates. Siberia too followed the move and made an understanding with India regarding vaccination certificates.
"Yet another country recognizes India's vaccination certificate! Traditional friendship with Serbia translates into mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates!" Bagchi said in a tweet.
"Mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates begins! India and Hungary agree to recognise each other's Covid-19 vaccination certificates. Will facilitate mobility for education, business, tourism, and beyond," he added.