The Republic of Azerbaijan plans to provide humanitarian assistance to the Kyrgyz Republic, providing 40,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine, said the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry, APA reports.
In order to develop the agreements reached during the official visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic RA Kazakbayev to Azerbaijan on July 1-3, as well as to combat the spread of coronavirus infection, Azerbaijan plans to provide Kyrgyzstan with 40,000 doses of AstraZeneca vaccine.
The parties are currently investigating logistics issues to ensure all storage conditions and requirements for the transport of the vaccine.
"The Kyrgyz Republic expresses its sincere gratitude to the Republic of Azerbaijan for donating the coronavirus vaccine. This will protect the lives and security of 20,000 Kyrgyz citizens.
"The peoples of Kyrgyzstan and Azerbaijan remain committed to the centuries-old tradition of friendship and strategic partnership, and show solidarity and mutual support in the current situation," the statement said.