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Poland helps NATO partner states amid pandemic

30.06.2020 06:00
Amid the global coronavirus pandemic, Poland has provided medical aid to NATO partner countries Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan, the Western defence alliance has said.
Image:Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

As part of Allied solidarity and support to NATO members and partner countries, Poland has recently delivered critical medical assistance to Georgia, NATO said on its website.

The assistance consisted of around 6,800 protective face shields and 5,400 litres of disinfectant detergent for hands and surface equipment, according to the nato.int website.

The alliance also said that the delivered aid followed a request for support from Georgia through the Euro-Atlantic Disaster Response Coordination Centre (EADRCC), NATO’s main civil emergency response mechanism.

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Poland has also provided bilateral assistance to NATO partners Armenia and Azerbaijan, providing them with PLN 106,000 and PLN 87,000 worth of medical-grade masks, visors and disinfectant liquid respectively, the nato.int website said.

Poland became a member of NATO on March 12, 1999.


Source: IAR, nato.int