Ukraine and Thailand have discussed mutual recognition of COVID certificates, Ukrinform reports, referring to Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Public Health, Medical Assistance and Medical Insurance, MP from the Servant of the People faction, Mykhailo Radutsky.
On his Telegram channel, he wrote that Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand to Poland and Ukraine (concurrently) Chettaphan Maksamphan arrived in Ukraine on his first official visit after the appointment. He was accompanied by the first secretary of the embassy and representatives of the consular department.
“Yesterday, as the chairman of the Verkhovna Rada’s group for inter-parliamentary relations with the Kingdom of Thailand, I was invited to a solemn dinner on the occasion of the arrival of the Thai delegation in Kyiv. Also, the Ukrainian delegation included Yuriy Kisel, MP and deputy head of the group, Mykola Stefanchuk, a member of the group, and representatives of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,” Radutsky wrote.
According to him, the parties discussed issues of relations between the countries and reached the following agreements: mutual recognition of vaccination certificates, strengthening cooperation in the defense complex, agreed on the issue of the purchase of Ukrainian weapons by Thailand and cooperation in the aircraft industry.
As Ukrinform reported, the Thai Ministry of Public Health approved a decision to mix Sinovac and AstraZeneca vaccine doses.