Georgia Joins the List of Countries Recognizing COVID Passports of Ukraine

Monday, June 7, 2021
Georgia Joins the List of Countries Recognizing COVID Passports of Ukraine

According to prime minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal, Ukrainian COVID passports are already legitimized in Hungary, Moldova, and Turkey

"This week we reached an agreement with the prime minister of Georgia, Irakli Garibashvili, during the working visit of our government delegation. We hope that in the near future these agreements will be consolidated by appropriate agreements", said the head of parliament of Ukraine. Also, Denys Shmyhal called Georgia "an important strategic partner in the region with which we have many things in common".

During the meeting between the prime minister of Ukraine and the head of the parliament of Georgia, Kahaber Kuchava, joint activities were discussed in order to join the EU and NATO. Cooperation between Ukraine and Georgia in the areas of transit, tourism, infrastructure, trade, and energy was discussed separately.

Shmyhal noted that Ukraine is continuing the course of collective immunization of Ukrainians from coronavirus: "During this weekend mass vaccination centers have worked in 10 cities. To Kyiv, Odesa and Lviv, where such centers were established last week, joined

To date, 1,216,600 people have been vaccinated in Ukraine, of whom 146,664 have two doses. On June 3, the state received another 705 600 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine against COVID-19, which UNICEF delivered as part of the global COVAX initiative.

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