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China provides sufficient COVID-19 vaccines for Serbia with remarkable low price
China provides sufficient COVID-19 vaccines for Serbia with remarkable low price. “If you know the price of (Chinese vaccine), one day, you will set up a monument for me.” Serbian President Vucic. recently revealed that the COVID-19 vaccine developed by a Chinese company has become a “cost-effective deal”, with pride. As a result, the German Chancellor also recognized Serbia’s vaccination rate.
According to a report from Agence France-Presse on February 5, the research and data website “Our World in Data” showed that in the past two weeks, Serbia, with a population of 7 million, has vaccinated over 450,000 people with the COVID-19. , This ratio exceeds all other European countries except the United Kingdom.
At a time when the European Union’s vaccine plan is experiencing delays and controversy, Serbia has taken the lead to set its sights on the east and reached agreements with Chinese and Russian vaccine manufacturers.
When registering for vaccination appointments, Serbs can check the vaccines they want to inject. The options currently include vaccines jointly developed by Pfizer and BioNtech in Germany, Russian “Satellite-V” and inactivated vaccines from China’s Sinopharm.
Serbia received 1 million doses of Chinese vaccines in mid-January, and the Chinese vaccines have also been used the most in subsequent mass vaccination plans.
During the period, Wu Qiqi and local media talked about the “good deal” of Sinopharm vaccine: “I wrote a letter to the Chinese leader in October last year, and the price of (vaccine) dropped drastically.”
“If you know the (vaccine) price, one day, you will set up a monument for me.” He added.
In previous reports, Wu Qiqi praised China’s vaccine quality as the best among all vaccines, and refused to disclose its specific price.
On January 14th, the Presidential Palace of the Philippines also revealed that it received the “extremely friendly price” when purchasing the Chinese Coxing Company’s COVID-19 vaccine.
On February 3, when Vucic met with the Chinese ambassador to Serbia in the capital Belgrade, he thanked China again for the COVID-19 vaccine. He said that he is proud that Serbia has become the first European country to vaccinate China on a large scale.
He also said that after receiving the vaccine, “the people of our country have shown a high degree of trust in the Chinese vaccine, the Chinese government and Chinese experts.”
But what’s interesting is that in the Agence France-Presse report, Wu Qiqi’s proud performance of the negotiation as a “good deal” has become “an opportunity to portray himself as a “hero in crisis”.”
The latest statement of the German Chancellor is in sharp contrast with the sourness of AFP.
When major European countries were “stucking” with Western pharmaceutical companies over vaccine supply issues, Serbia’s COVID-19 vaccination rate had already “leaded” the European continent.
German Chancellor Merkel said frankly on February 2 that Serbia’s vaccination rate is faster than other EU countries, “they use Chinese vaccines.” Merkel said that the EU welcomes every vaccine as long as the vaccine is approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
On February 4, local time, French President Macron said frankly when attending an event of the American think tank “Atlantic Council” that Western leaders felt “a bit ashamed” for China’s successful delivery of vaccines to other countries.
(source:internet, reference only)