Brnabic: Macedonia can’t start vaccination, hasn’t registered the vaccine and doesn’t have a vaccination plan

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We have an agreement, Prime Minister of Macedonia Zoran Zaev and Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic have talked. Vucic decided to help them with 8,000 doses. We help the Pfizer vaccines to be registered in Macedonia, we work with them. It may be a problem that they received Pfizer vaccines but are not registered,” Serbia’s Prime Minister Ana Brnabic told Happy TV.

“We are one of the few countries that have an adequate information system. Our citizens know how to apply for the vaccine, everything is transparent. I heard stories from people from other countries where they say they have no idea where to apply, which groups are their priority,” said Brnabic.

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