Regulation on EU Digital COVID Certificate officially signed
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Regulation on EU Digital COVID Certificate officially signed

Once turned into law, it will enable Europeans to travel more safely this summer

The Presidents of the three EU institutions, the European Parliament, the Council of the EU and the European Commission attended on Monday the official signing ceremony for the Regulation on the EU Digital COVID Certificate, marking the end of the legislative process, EC Press service reported. EP Presidents David Sassoli, EC President Ursula von der Leyen and Portugal's PM António Costa issued a joint statement, pointing out that the EU Digital COVID Certificate Regulation was agreed between institutions in the record time of 62 days.

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