The European Commissioner for Enlargement, Oliver Varhelyi, confirmed that the European Union is working to make vaccines against COVID-19 available in the Western Balkans as soon as distribution in the EU begins.
The distribution of anti-covid vaccines in the Western Balkans could begin on December 27th. The good news was given by the European Commissioner for Enlargement, Oliver Varhelyi, who confirmed that the EU is working to make the vaccines available to our region, as soon as their distribution in the EU begins.
"Good coordination with the foreign ministers of the Western Balkans and Europe on the coronavirus crisis. We are working to make anti-covid vaccines available to the Western Balkans in a coordinated manner, once they begin to be distributed in the EU," Varhelyi wrote on Twitter.
"We are allocating funds for support and coordination arrangements. In the pandemic we stand near the Western Balkans, whose future is in the EU," he said.