Radev: Our priority for sharing vaccines is Macedonia

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Bulgarian President Rumen Radev, before the start of the second day of the EU summit in Brussels dedicated to the fight against Covid-19 and climate change, said that the priority for Bulgaria is to share vaccines with Northern Macedonia and the region, MIA reports from Brussels.

– We will consider the mechanism for sharing vaccines from member states to third countries, for Bulgaria the priority is the Western Balkans with Northern Macedonia at the top, said Radev.
The Bulgarian President met yesterday with the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, with whom he talked about Northern Macedonia, Bulgarian media reported yesterday. He said last night before the start of the EU summit that he would ask his colleagues for solidarity and understanding for the specifics of each member state.
Today and the last day of the EU summit will be dedicated to the fight against Covid-19, vaccination and certificates that should allow free movement for EU citizens before the start of the tourist season.
Radev warned that these certificates should not create new barriers, obligations and discrimination among EU citizens.