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Donation of 200.000 vaccines by the Greek government in Libya

The vaccines in Libya were transported today by a special flight of the Air Force and were delivered to the Libyan Government in an official ceremony held at the airport of Tripoli

The Greek government has donated 200,000 vaccines to Libya to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to a relevant announcement, Greece is the first country to donate vaccines to Libya, which were transported today by a special flight of the Air Force and handed over to the Libyan Government.

The Greek government was represented by Mr. Ioannis Smyrlis, Secretary-General of International Economic Relations and Extroversion of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Mr. Marios Themistokleous.

Libyan Deputy Foreign Minister Omar Mohammed Saleh welcomed the Greek delegation and received the donation.

During the delivery of the vaccines, Mr. I. Smyrlis stated the readiness of Greece to assist the Libyan people with the necessary vaccines and other means needed to deal with the pandemic.

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