Mansour bin Zayed phone call with Colombia’s Vice President

Marta Lucia, Colombia’s Vice President, conveyed the greetings of Ivan Duque Marquez, President of the Republic of Colombia and the government of his country to His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the State, “may God protect him” during a phone call received today by His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs.

Colombia’s Vice President get in touch with the UAE

The UAE pledges to send half a million Corona vaccines to Colombia

Colombia’s Vice President extended her deep thanks and appreciation for the medical assistance provided by the United Arab Emirates to her country to confront the emerging coronavirus, in addition to the UAE’s pledge in the future to send half a million approved vaccines for COVID-19, and appreciated the humanitarian initiatives provided by the UAE to face the challenges. The common situation witnessed by all countries of the world to contain the repercussions of the virus.

Mansour bin Zayed receives a phone call from Colombia’s Vice President

Colombia thanks to the UAE for its pledge to send half a million approved vaccines

His Highness Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan discussed with Marta Lucia, Colombia’s Vice President during the phone call ways to strengthen bilateral relations between the two friendly countries, and to develop joint cooperation in the fields of health and investment opportunities in the energy and renewable energy sectors, in addition to a number of regional and international issues of common interest.

Colombia prepares to end its quarantine amid warnings from weary medical staff

Colombia, which is suffering from a stifling economic crisis, is preparing to end the quarantine imposed in the country for nearly 5 months on the first of September. However, the increasing number of injuries in the last two months has prompted doctors and health teams to warn of the repercussions of lifting the stone, in light of the increasing pressure on hospitals, the limited capabilities, and the extremely exhausted medical staff.

Source: thenational
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