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.
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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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