BERLIN – The Austrian leader has said his country and Denmark intend to stop relying solely on the European Union for coronavirus vaccines and will work with Israel to produce second-generation vaccines.
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz plans to visit Israel with Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen on Thursday and hold talks with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on cooperation in vaccine research and production.
The EU has been criticized for its slow deployment of vaccines, while Israel has vaccinated a large part of its population. Kurz said in a statement to the Austrian news agency on Tuesday that it was in principle right to take a European approach to vaccinations, but …
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