Hungary has agreed with Croatia to mutually recognise immunity certificates allowing holders unrestricted travel between the two countries, the foreign minister said on Facebook.
Under an agreement reached on Wednesday, “Hungarian nationals who have been vaccinated can travel to Croatia with no obligation to isolate or get tested,” Péter Szijjártó said. The technical details will be posted on the Hungarian Foreign Ministry’s Consular Service website during the week, he said. Talks with other neighbouring countries are ongoing on the matter of accepting certificates, Szijjártó said. The first neighbour Hungary agreed with on mutually recognising immunity certificates was Serbia last week.