Nigeria Reject Compulsory Vaccine Passports For Air Travellers

Nigeria Reject Compulsory Vaccine Passports For Air Travellers

Nigeria has joined other African countries to reject the idea of imposing vaccine passports on air travellers.

LEADERSHIP reports that these African countries suggest that imposing vaccine passports on travellers will encourage and amount to discrimination. Information Guide Nigeria

According to LEADERSHIP, the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika who spoke during a presentation at the ongoing International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) high-level conference on COVID-19, said imposing of vaccine passport on travellers is against the intent of the Chicago convention on the need to preserve friendship and understanding, reduce the threat to general security and establish international air transport based on equal opportunity, operated soundly and economically. Jamb Result

Hadi Sirika suggested that states that are parties to the convention on international civil aviation should continue to ensure compliance with existing multinational treaties, international frameworks, guidelines and recommendations.

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HE also noted that two continental joint meetings of African ministers responsible for health, ICT and transport have been so far held and African countries have been charged to work together towards harmonising travel entry and exit requirements and to increase mutual recognition and cross-border information exchange for enhanced surveillance.

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