A videoconference summit of EU leaders was held on Thursday and Friday. One of the topics of the meeting was the coordination of EU actions on the COVID-19 pandemic.
EU leaders also talked about the availability of vaccines in Europe, which was previously solicited by, among others the head of the Polish government in a letter to the head of the European Council Charles Michel.
"The problem with the availability of vaccines affects all European countries - from Portugal, through France, Germany, Poland, to the Baltic states," emphasized Prime Minister Morawiecki.
According to the Office of the Prime Minister, the head of the Polish government proposed "that pharmaceutical companies that developed vaccines thanks to the involvement of large public funds - including funds from European taxpayers - should share their patents with other companies that have available production lines and can quickly start producing vaccines".
Source: Poland Daily