This is reported by Sky News.
On BBC Radio 4’s Today program, Tourism Minister Harris Heoharis said he was “hopeful of a partly normal summer” and that Greece was in talks with the British government to restore tourism.
“Now there are technical discussions in order to find out whether this is possible. I very much hope that we will be able to reach some sort of decision,” he said.
According to him, the discussions also include evidence of vaccination against coronavirus – it is believed that such travelers will not be required to pass a negative test for entry.
At the same time, the minister noted that the situation with the epidemic is constantly changing, so nothing can be finally resolved yet.
The idea of a “vaccination passport” to restore tourism is also supported by Spain, whose economy is also very dependent on this industry.