According to the diplomat, the parties have a mutual interest in this issue.

“For this, it is necessary to have clear agreements on the format, on the order of issue, on the procedure for obtaining these certificates and the compatibility of the databases on the basis of which they are issued,” Chizhova quotes TASS.

He stressed that in the near future, Russia and the EMA may "go to a common commemoration."

Earlier, the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov spoke about the negotiations between Russia and the EU on the mutual recognition of certificates of vaccination against coronavirus infection.

On October 13, the European Commission and Russia held a technical meeting to clarify the procedure for mutual recognition of certificates of vaccination against coronavirus.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that the EU is biased towards the recognition of Russian vaccines against COVID-19.

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