Malaysia, India agree on mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates

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Malaysia, India agree on mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates - Bernama

Malaysia, India agree on mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates - Bernama

NEW DELHI (June 18): Malaysia and India have agreed on the mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates.Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar witnessed the exchange of documents in this regard by Malaysia's High Commissioner to India Datuk Hidayat Abdul Hamid and Saurabh Kumar, Secretary East in the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), in New Delhi on Friday (June 17).Follow our Covid-19 vaccination tracker to see where we are in the race to herd

NEW DELHI (June 18): Malaysia and India have agreed on the mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates.Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar witnessed the exchange of documents in this regard by Malaysia's High Commissioner to India Datuk Hidayat Abdul Hamid and Saurabh Kumar, Secretary East in the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), in New Delhi on Friday (June 17).

Follow ourCovid-19 vaccination trackerto see where we are in the race to herd immunity.The ministers agreed to hold the India-Malaysia Joint Commission's next meeting in Malaysia, according to an MEA statement.The bilateral meeting between Saifuddin and Jaishankar was held on the sidelines of the Special ASEAN-India Foreign Ministers' Meeting.

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A NEW DELHI (June 18): Malaysia and India have agreed on the mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaccination certificates.for the latest news you need to know.Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar witnessed the exchange of documents in this regard by Malaysia's High Commissioner to India Datuk Hidayat Abdul Hamid and Saurabh Kumar, Secretary (East) in the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), in New Delhi on Friday (June 17).Copy URL Malaysia and India will each recognise the other's Covid-19 jab certifications.

Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar witnessed the exchange of documents in this regard by Malaysia's High Commissioner to India Datuk Hidayat Abdul Hamid and Saurabh Kumar, Secretary East in the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), in New Delhi on Friday (June 17). Follow our Covid-19 vaccination tracker to see where we are in the race to herd immunity. Malaysian Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Saifuddin Abdullah and his Indian counterpart Subrahmanyam Jaishankar witnessed the exchange of documents in this regard by Malaysia's High Commissioner to India Datuk Hidayat Abdul Hamid and Saurabh Kumar, Secretary East in the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), in New Delhi yesterday. The ministers agreed to hold the India-Malaysia Joint Commission's next meeting in Malaysia, according to an MEA statement. "Both ministers decided to impart fresh momentum to the relations with a focus on economic and trade ties including in sectors such as palm oil and hydrocarbons," the Indian statement noted. The bilateral meeting between Saifuddin and Jaishankar was held on the sidelines of the Special ASEAN-India Foreign Ministers' Meeting. The bilateral meeting between Saifuddin and Jaishankar was held on the sidelines of the Special Asean-India Foreign Ministers' Meeting. "Both ministers decided to impart fresh momentum to the relations with focus on economic and trade ties including in sectors such as palm oil and hydrocarbons," the Indian statement noted. Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access!.

Regional and global developments also figured during their discussions. Regional and global developments also figured during their discussions. - Bernama Very pleased to meet FM @saifuddinabd of Malaysia bilaterally in New Delhi. Jaishankar in a tweet said he discussed with Saifuddin expanding political, economic, defence, energy, consular, cultural and people-to-people relations. Subscribe to Mid-day email alert We deliver news to your inbox daily . ― Bernama Advertisement.