Macedonia was supposed to receive its first doses of the coronavirus vaccine today – a donation of 8,000 Pfizer vaccines from Serbia. A hand-over ceremony (likely spiced with “chochek”) was planned at the Tabanovce border crossing at 14h, where Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic was supposed to meet with Zoran Zaev.
It would’ve announced the start of even token vaccinations of healthcare workers and at risk-elderly citizens, after Zaev’s criminal junta failed to buy the vaccines or get them through Covax. It then canceled a Bulgarian donation and ignored offers from China and Russia only to finally cave and order 200,000 Chinese vaccines.
But yesterday evening the Government announced that the delivery of the Serbian donation is being canceled. The reason was supposedly lack of paperwork.
We inform you that due to the need to adjust technical documentation for the delivery of the vaccines, the event planned for February 11th at the Tabanovce border crossing is postponed for a date to be determined, the Government said in a press release.
In anticipation of vaksajns….