Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis said on Twitter that Serbia is donating 100,000 doses of the Pfizer-Bio N-Tech Coronavirus vaccine to the Czech Republic.
– Books for Babis, who recently held talks with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic in Prague.
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AndrejBabis May 19, 2021
Czech President Milos Zeman on Wednesday apologized to the Serbian nation for the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. In 1999, NATO bombed Serbia for 78 days to force the Serbian army to leave Kosovo. The international legal evaluation of the process is controversial, as it was not authorized by the United Nations at the time.
a Seznamzpravy.cz According to the Czech News Portal, the Czech Republic has not yet received nearly 80,000 doses of vaccines, which were given solidarity by Slovenia, Austria and Hungary.
It is known that these shipments will arrive in late June. Austria, the Czech Republic and Slovenia previously refused to distribute three million doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine among the member states of the European Union on the basis of solidarity with the most deprived countries.
Babis then stated that the key to vaccine distribution is not solidarity and unbalanced.
A total of 4.3 million vaccines have been given so far in the Czech Republic, and it has a population of about 11 million. 3.2 million have received at least one vaccine, of which 1.1 million have also received the second vaccine.
The epidemiological situation improved significantly in the Czech Republic. Last week, 63 new infections spread to hundreds of thousands of residents. Since the outbreak of the disease, 1.65 million people have been identified, of whom 29,948 died of the disease.
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