19.03.2021. - 13:32

President Vučić attends the handover of ambulance vehicles procured through the EU donation program

President of the Republic of Serbia Aleksandar Vučić attended today the handover of ambulance vehicles procured through the EU donation programme with the mediation of UNOPS for 20 health institutions from all over Serbia and said that it was very important equipment, especially during the pandemic, and that the donation was worth more than 800,000 euros.

Photo: Presidency of Serbia / Dimitrije Goll

"I want to thank the European Union. We received 20 well-equipped ambulance vehicles for 20 places in Serbia - from Bujanovac, Medveđa, Novi Pazar, Loznica, Bor, Žagubica. We are sincerely grateful for this help. Serbia is on the European path and It is important for us to never forget one of the values promoted by the EU - solidarity. These are the most modernly equipped vehicles and that is what is important for the lives of our people," said President Vučić and reminded of medical equipment that arrived in Serbia in the previous period. He pointed out that the most important things for Serbia are the strengthening of health capacities and vaccination because that is the only way we can defeat the disease, which threatens people's lives more than ever. 

Photo: Presidency of Serbia / Dimitrije Goll

"I ask everyone to be vaccinated and show responsibility. I wish everyone good health and a better year, and I am convinced that with joint efforts we will succeed in defeating the coronavirus," said President Vučić.
The head of the European Union Delegation, Ambassador Sem Fabrizi, pointed out that this is a broader solidarity aid that the EU has been providing to Serbia since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, and that vehicles will be distributed throughout Serbia, where they are most needed. 

Photo: Presidency of Serbia / Dimitrije Goll

"Thank you to Serbia for including diplomacy in the vaccination process. Today I am receiving my second dose and I am asking everyone to join in. This year should be marked by cooperation, solidarity and the fact that we will get out of all this together," said Ambassador Fabrizi and commended how Serbia implements the vaccination process. He said that the COVAX system has now taken off and that vaccines from that programme can be expected in Serbia as well.
Belgrade, 19th March 2021

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