The EU said on Wednesday (17 March) it is prepared to tighten COVID vaccine exports to vaccine-producing countries or those with higher vaccination rates if they do not comply with its plea for “openness and reciprocity”, in a move seen as a veiled threat to the UK, one of the key vaccine manufacturing countries.
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Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab hit back on Tuesday night against the European Council president Charles Michel after he claimed the UK had imposed an ‘outright’ ban on coronavirus vaccination exports.
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