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Lithuania sends 100,000 doses of coronavirus vaccine to Ukraine. Which one is unknown

Lithuania will donate 100,000 doses of anti-coronavirus vaccine to Ukraine. Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis announced this on Twitter.


According to him, the country’s government has “just” made a decision to transfer vaccine batches to the Eastern Partnership countries. In addition to Ukraine, Georgia (15,000 doses) and Moldova (10,000) will receive the biological product.

“This is a small step from Lithuania,” the minister added and expressed hope that partners in Europe would join their initiative.

Several vaccines are used in the country – mainly Pfizer-BioNTech, then Oxford-AstraZeneca, as well as Johnson & Johnson and Moderna. Which one Lithuania gave to Ukraine is not specified.

See also: Landsbergis: We will not buy Sputnik-5 – Russia will use this money for the war in Donbass

Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba thanked his colleague “for his personal efforts” in this matter.

“We deeply appreciate the solidarity and support of Lithuania in countering COVID-19. This is an act of true friendship,” he stressed.

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