Serbia sends vaccines to Macedonia: Zaev is grateful, says it's an act of friendship
Zaev expressed gratitude on behalf of the Macedonian people and said this was a serious act of friendship
Prime Minister of North Macedonia Zoran Zaev announced that 8,000 Pfizer vaccines sent by Serbia will arrive in North Macedonia, reports the Plusinfo portal.
"This is a serious act of friendship, Serbia wants to share in solidarity with its southern neighbor a part of the vaccines it has," Zaev wrote.
As he stressed, in communication with Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic, they agreed that North Macedonia would receive 8,000 Pfizer vaccines procured by Serbia.
"Vucic wanted this to be a donation, but we still agreed to pay foro them at the purchasing price," Zaev stressed and added that this is a happy news, bearing in mind that Skopje had sent letters to other countries for help with the vaccines.
Zaev expressed gratitude on behalf of the Macedonian people and said that this was a serious act of friendship.
He added that the details regarding the procurement of the Pfizer vaccine from Serbia would be agreed between the Ministers of Health of Serbia and North Macedonia, and added that he would once again talk with Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic about the delivery of vaccines from Serbia.
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