Russia is negotiating with a number of European countries on mutual recognition of COVID-19 vaccines’ certificates, according to Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov.
Lavrov also stated at the forum “The International Russian Business Agenda: Challenges, Risks, and the Strategy of Interaction with the State” that holders of a Russian vaccine certificate are allowed to enter Hungary without the need for quarantine or a PCR test. Israel will open its borders to this Russian vaccination certificate holder on December 1.
Abkhazia, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Venezuela, Georgia, Egypt, Zimbabwe, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Cyprus, Morocco, and Mexico are among the countries that recognize Russian vaccination certificates, as are Moldova, Mongolia, Romania, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Turkey, and Montenegro Southern.
Azerbaijan, Albania, Bahrain, Greece, Jordan, Iran, Kenya, and the Sultanate of Oman are among the countries that require a vaccination certificate as well as a negative PCR test to enter their territories.