In a written statement published by the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office, it was stated that Israel and South Korea will exchange Covid-19 vaccines.
As a result of the agreement reached, it was stated that Israel will give 700,000 doses of BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine, whose expiration date is approaching, to South Korea.
In return, South Korea will send 700,000 doses of vaccine, which it will receive from BioNTech-Pfizer in September and October, to Israel.
HE WANTED TO EXCHANGE APPROACHING EXPIRATION DATE VACCINES WITH PALESTINE
On June 18, Israel agreed to exchange the expired Covid-19 vaccines with Palestine.
Under the agreement, Israel would deliver more than 1 million BioNTech-Pfizer vaccines to Palestine.
In return, the vaccines that Palestine would receive from BioNTech-Pfizer in September and October would be sent to Israel.
The Palestinian Authority canceled the agreement on the grounds that the expiration date of the vaccines to be given by Israel on June 18th would expire in a short time.