Croatia helps Kosovo with over 10 000 vaccines against COVID-19  



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Croatia will be helping Kosovo with over 10 000 vaccines against COVID-19, as a way of offering support for the inoculation process in the country. The agreement for 10 000 doses was signed today by the Minister of Health in Kosovo, Arben Vitia and the Croatian Ambassador to Kosovo in Prishtina, Danijela Barisic.

Minister Vitia has informed ambassador Barisic on the progress of the vaccination of high-priority groups, the way public institutions in Kosovo are coping with the pandemic as well as the different challenges being faced by the healthcare system. He has also expressed his gratitude in the name of the Kosovo government for the firm collaboration and concrete support that Croatia has shown them during this pandemic.

Ambassador Barisic emphasized the importance of complying with the measures set by the Ministry of Health and recommended by the National Institute of Public Health of Kosovo, whose aim is the protection of public health.



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