AstraZeneca: Barnier urges EU to refrain from entering into vaccine war with London-The Times

29 January (Reuters) – EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier on Friday asked Brussels to take a step back and not escalate conflict between Londoners over the issue of vaccine delivery, the Times reported.

According to the British daily, Michel Barnier called it a “spirit of cooperation” between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

This situation coincides with the emergence of a dispute aimed at a provision by the European Union that aims to import vaccines to eventually prevent the United Kingdom from using its border with the Republic of Ireland.

The European Union is facing a shortage of vaccines which causes it to delay deliveries from laboratories that justify them by production difficulties.

According to a reporter for Sky News Television, the European Union, for which British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed his concerns, has retaliated and has not invited the termination of Article 16 of the Northern Irish Protocol. (Written by Bangalore; French version Nicolas Delme)

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