Romania and Greece plan to introduce their own vaccination passports

Romania and Greece plan to negotiate travel using their own coronavirus vaccination certificates. This will open up tourism between the two countries.

Reported by the Associated Press.

According to the Greek Minister of Tourism Harry Theocharis, Greece will gladly accept Romanian tourists before the EU agrees to create its own vaccination certificates.

“We really want the EU to speed up the procedure for issuing this medical certificate. But until then, we want to discuss with the Romanian Minister of Tourism so that we can receive tourists even before reaching an agreement at the European level,” he said.

The minister also added that for these certificates, Romanian tourists can start visiting Greece in mid-April.

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