European Commission President von der Leyen said on social media on the 27th local time that she had held discussions with leaders of Albania, Montenegro and other countries in the Western Balkans on the delivery of coronavirus vaccines.
The European Commission will fund the provision of coronavirus vaccines to countries in the region, for medical personnel and vulnerable groups. Vaccination. The exact time and quantity of the EU’s supply of coronavirus vaccine to the Western Balkans have not been disclosed.
The European Union has launched the vaccination of the novel coronavirus since the end of December 2020, but due to insufficient vaccine supply and other problems, the vaccination progress has not been smooth, and the vaccination rate in EU countries is far lower than that of the United Kingdom, the United States and other countries.
The western Balkans include Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania, Montenegro and North Macedonia, among which Croatia joined the European Union in 2013. At present, many countries in the region have begun accession negotiations.