Vaccine Exports – Switzerland is playing a contradictory game for Brussels

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The European Commission has tightened the rules for its vaccine export approval system. But the European Commission says Switzerland has nothing to worry about.

The regulation of vaccine exports outside the European Union, as demanded by European Commission President Ursula von Der Lane, will be the focus of a meeting of European leaders at the summit on Thursday and Friday.

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European Commission President Ursula von Der Lane has since last week condemned the contradictory lack of vaccine trade between the European Union and the rest of the world. With a total export of 77 million doses, it is estimated that the EU is playing a sharing game. A neighbor was particularly isolated. While being United Kingdom It has benefited from the 10 million doses produced so far in the European Union and has not been exported across the channel. “Open roads must be open in both directions,” the president reiterated.

Therefore, the Commission has decided to tighten the export approval system in view of the epidemic situation in the country and vaccination rates. It will also check whether the country exports the production of vaccines and its components, or keeps everything to itself.

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