Montenegrin health minister visits Zagreb, thanks Croatia for vaccine donation

NEWS 25.05.2021 20:33
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Source: Apu GOMES / AFP / Ilustracija

Montenegrin Health Minister, Jelena Borovinic-Bojovic, said in Zagreb on Tuesday that Croatia's donation of 10,000 vaccine doses was significant for Montenegro's efforts to inoculate its population against Covid-19.

In early May the Croatian government decided to donate 30,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines to Bosnia and Herzegovina and 10,000 doses to Montenegro and Kosovo each.

After meeting with her Croatian counterpart Vili Beros, Borovinic-Bojovic thanked Croatia for that “big friendly gesture and great solidarity.” The donation of 10,000 doses will be “very significant in the process of mass inoculation that is currently underway in Montenegro,” she added.

Beros and Borovinic-Bojovic discussed “cooperation in the transplantation program,” state agency Hina reported, adding that that Borovinic-Bojovic said that “Croatia has shown especially good will to help us in resolving that problem.” She added that they “discussed the signing of a memorandum of understanding” that would allow Montenegrin doctors to come to Croatia for further training regarding transplantation surgeries.

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