In early May the Croatian government decided to donate 30,000 doses of coronavirus vaccines to Bosnia and Herzegovina and 10,000 doses each to Montenegro and Kosovo.
After meeting with her Croatian counterpart Vili Beroš, Borovinić Bojović thanked Croatia for that “big friendly gesture and great solidarity.”
The donation of 10,000 doses will be “very significant in the process of mass inoculation that is currently underway in Montenegro,” she said.
Croatia’s Health Minister Vili Beroš underscored that Croatia’s care for its neighbouring countries.
“I hope that we will contribute at least a little in the fight against this disease,” said Beroš.
The two ministers discussed cooperation in the transplantation programme with Borovinić Bojović underscoring that Croatia has “shown especially good will to help us in resolving that problem.”
She added that they discussed the signing of a memorandum of understanding that would enable Montenegrin doctors to come to Croatia for further training regarding transplantation surgeries.
The Croatian transplantation programme has been recognised beyond the borders of our country, said Beroš.
He underscored Croatia was willing to help Montenegro in that regard.
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