Bilateral vaccination deal sealed with Andorra
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Hungary now has a bilateral vaccination agreement with Andorra, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Péter Szijjártó wrote on Facebook.
From Tuesday, January 25, all legal obstacles for those intending to travel will be removed, and Andorra will also accept the certificates issued by the Hungarian authorities regarding vaccination, testing and recovery, regardless of the type of vaccine.
In his post yesterday, the minister said that Hungary has now concluded the 28th bilateral agreement on the mutual recognition of vaccine certificates, "which will open the way to another European country for all vaccinated Hungarian citizens!"
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