M’sia, India agree on mutual recognition of Covid-19 vaxx certs


NEW DELHI: 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 alternate of paperwork on this regard by Malaysia’s High Commissioner to India Datuk Hidayat Abdul Hamid and Saurabh Kumar, Secretary (East) within the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), in New Delhi on Friday (June 17).

The ministers additionally agreed to carry the India-Malaysia Joint Commission’s subsequent assembly in Malaysia, based on an MEA assertion.

The bilateral assembly between Saifuddin and Jaishankar was held on the sidelines of the Special Asean-India Foreign Ministers’ Meeting.

“Both ministers determined to impart recent momentum to the relations with a spotlight on financial and commerce ties together with in sectors resembling palm oil and hydrocarbons,” the Indian assertion famous.

Regional and world developments additionally figured throughout their discussions.

Jaishankar, in a tweet, mentioned he mentioned with Saifuddin increasing political, financial, defence, power, consular, cultural and people-to-people relations. – Bernama

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