On Sunday, March 28, diplomats and officials of foreign diplomatic missions in Greece will be vaccinated by the Greek authorities, according to information by IBNA.
The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with the Ministry of Health, informed the foreign diplomatic missions in Greece about the vaccination of their members, expecting reciprocity from the countries regarding the Greek diplomatic missions abroad.
According to the information, the vaccine to be administered will be AstraZeneca. What is striking is that until today, Friday, no information has been sent to the diplomatic authorities abroad regarding the time of the vaccination.
As for the Greek diplomatic missions abroad, the reports state that in some countries the diplomatic mission staff will be placed in the priority groups to get vaccinated, while in most countries the Greek diplomatic missions will be added to the general public’s waiting list.
Despite the persistent nuisance to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs by the Greek diplomatic missions abroad for their immediate vaccination under the Greek State’s auspices, this was not deemed possible for reasons that remain unknown./ibna