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Japan has reached an agreement with five countries on the mutual recognition of vaccination passports.

Axar.az reports that the statement came from Secretary-General of the Cabinet of Ministers of Japan Katsunobu Kato at a traditional press conference in Tokyo on July 21.

"Currently, in accordance with the legislation of the respective countries, we have reached an agreement with Italy, Austria, Turkey, Poland and Bulgaria on mutual recognition of vaccination passports," he said.

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2021.07.21 / 16:58
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