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European leaders urge the European Union to discuss the issue of distributing Corona vaccines



The leaders of Austria, the Czech Republic, Bulgaria, Slovenia and Latvia sent a written letter to the European Union to discuss the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines within the bloc after Austria complained that it was unequal.


Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said that the vaccine doses are not distributed evenly among the member states, despite the agreement within the bloc to do so according to the population.


The reason for this, Curtis added, is the separate deals being struck between the European Union Council on Vaccine Directive and pharmaceutical companies.


On Saturday, Curtis confirmed on Twitter that he had called, along with four of his counterparts, in a joint message, for discussions to find a "European solution".


The Austrian media published the letter addressed to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the President of the European Council, Charles Michel.


"In recent days ... we discovered that ... the delivery of vaccine doses by pharmaceutical companies to a number of EU member states is not being carried out on an equal footing" according to the population, the letter said.

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