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Greece donates one million doses of COVID-19 vaccine to Nigeria

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The Hellenic Republic of Greece has donated one million doses of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine to Nigeria to make stronger the fight against the pandemic.Greek’s International Affairs Minister, Nikos Dendias, presented the donation on Monday in Abuja at some level of a consult with to Nigeria’s Minister of International Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama.Mr Dendias mentioned the donation used to be a make stronger of the Greek authorities to Nigeria, noting that the COVID-19 pandemic had confirmed the enviornment that nations need one one other in hard times. “I’m pleased that I’m symbolically bringing a trace with me to the Nigerian of us and this is practically 1,000,000 vaccine.“Your total world is plagued by COVID-19, but one corpulent achievement via this suffering that we clearly understand is that we’re one community, that no one is safe except everybody is safe.“Health is a global trusty and all of us are below the trusty responsibility to be provider of effectively being wherever aid is wished.“And all of us are below the trusty responsibility to be companies of wait on every time and wherever aid is wished.“So pleased to develop this exiguous contribution to the Nigerian of us,” Mr Dendias mentioned, assuring Nigerians that the vaccines weren’t expired ones.Mr Onyeama appreciated the Greek authorities for its make stronger to Nigeria, stressing that concerted efforts had been wished to effectively kind out the pandemic, adding that the vaccines could be primitive judiciously.Both ministers described the consult with as a historic one which seeks to present a disclose to the bilateral and economic ties between both nations, and went on to model an MoU to present a disclose to bilateral ties, mull areas of mutual advantages.(NAN)

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