Poland sent humanitarian aid to Azerbaijan for fight against coronavirus
- 25 June 2020
Poland has sent humanitarian aid to Azerbaijan in the framework of fight against novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19), APA reports.
The information about this has been posted on Facebook page of Poland’s embassy to Azerbaijan.
“Today, we are sending to Baku the personal protective equipment. This is the continuation of solidarity aid campaign for our partners in the countries participating in the Eastern Partnership program. In the framework of the aid campaign, Poland is sending to Azerbaijan by aircraft the medical masks, the protective helmets and the disinfecting agents with the total amount of approximately 84 thousand Polish zlotys”, the deputy minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland Pawel Jablonski said at the ceremony of dispatching of the humanitarian aid at Wroclaw airport.
The deputy head of the Polish MFA noted that his country’s Material Reserves Agency, Health Ministry, International Solidarity Fund and National Defense Ministry supported the sending of the humanitarian aid.
The party accepting the aid is the Mandatory Medical Insurance Agency of the Azerbaijan Republic.
Note that the similar aid was also sent to Armenia and Georgia from Wroclaw airport on June 19.