On March 4, Denmark’s Social Democratic Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen travelled to Israel on her own initiative to talk about COVID-19 vaccines with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. She discussed options of buying Israeli surplus vaccines and possible Danish direct involvement in the production of more vaccines. As a travelling partner, she had the National-Conservative Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz. The three heads of government announced an initiative for future vaccine co-production.
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