Varheji: We will work to provide more vaccines for all Western Balkan countries – Society

European Commissioner for Neighborhood and Enlargement Oliver Varheji said in Pristina today that the EU will continue to work on providing vaccines against the coronavirus for all Western Balkan countries.

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At a press conference in Pristina, Varhelji said that the first shipment would be able to vaccinate health workers in Kosovo, and that other citizens would be able to be vaccinated with vaccine deliveries in June.

“This is the most important contribution we can make to help end the pandemic. We will continue to work on providing more vaccines so that everyone can be vaccinated. We helped Kosovo during the pandemic by providing medical equipment. “You know that for us it means that we are worried about the Western Balkans and Kosovo,” Varheji said.

The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, said that this was “the first quantity of this package sent by the European Union”, as well as that it was “a very valuable symbol that confirms that Kosovo has friends on its way to the EU”.

“Today we thank Austria and continue the vaccination. “We will not stop until we vaccinate until we reach 60 percent of the population,” Kurti said.

The European Commissioner visited the sports hall “October 1” today, where the vaccination of health workers with the Pfizer vaccine began, which arrived as European Union aid.

Today’s visit of Commissioner Varhej to Pristina is part of the visit to the countries of the Western Balkans as part of the EU’s efforts to provide those countries with a vaccine against the coronavirus.

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