A European summit was held by videoconference on Thursday, March 25. The opportunity for the leaders of the European Union to insist on their desire to increase the rate of production and delivery of vaccines against Covid-19.
Health crisis obliges, the European summit of Thursday, March 25 took place by videoconference. On the agenda: the difficulties of supplying vaccines against Covid-19. For the President of the European Council, this is an absolute priority. “We are fully mobilized, with the European Commission and the Member States, to succeed, in the coming weeks, in substantially increasing the production and delivery of vaccines”, thus assured Charles Michel.
The partners also discussed the dispute between the United Kingdom and the European Union. The 27 blame London for keeping doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine produced on its soil. For their part, the British have received ten million doses from the Old Continent. EU members still aim to have 70% of their population vaccinated by the end of the summer.