EU should consider legal means to secure promised vaccines: Charles Michel
The European Union should explore legal means to ensure supplies of Covid-19 vaccines it contracted to purchase if negotiations with companies over delayed deliveries are unsuccessful, European Council President Charles Michel said in a letter.
"I support all efforts to resolve the matter with companies through dialogue and negotiation," Michel, who represents the EU's 27 member states, said in a Jan. 27 letter to four EU leaders.
"However, if no satisfactory solution can be found, I believe we should explore all options and make use of all legal means and enforcement measures at our disposal under the Treaties."
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