President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi has said that Egypt would provide 30 million doses of anti-COVID-19 vaccination to African countries.
The president made the statement on Sunday during the first edition of Africa Health Exxon, according to Egypt Current, an online news portal.
This is in response to the country’s collection as among the six African countries to get the mRNA technique used for the production of vaccines and treatments required to combat numerous terminal illnesses.
Egypt was chosen in early 2022 along with Senegal, Tunisia, Kenya, Nigeria. and South Africa.
The Egyptian Authority for Unified Procurement (UPA) hosts the Africa Health Exxon, which attracts delegates from over 100 nations.
“I want to encourage my African brothers that inadequate resources are never an impediment to attaining objectives,” President Sisi said, after two-panel talks on the localization of medication manufacture on the continent.
President Sisi promised to continue exchanging knowledge and expertise with other African governments in all areas, and he told foreign investors that Africa’s “skills are immense.”