US Agrees to Send Mexico Coronavirus Vaccines: Minister


Mexico City, March 18 (AFP/APP): The United States has agreed to send coronavirus vaccines to Mexico after discussion between President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his US counterpart Joe Biden, the Mexican foreign minister said Thursday.

“I’ve been asked if it is true that there is a vaccine agreement with the United States following the conversation between Presidents Lopez Obrador and Biden. Yes, the information is correct,” Marcelo Ebrard wrote on Twitter.

He said that more details would be given later.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for latest news and updates!

UK Plans on Easing the Lockdown

Germany Welcomes ‘Clear Language’ from US on Russia

US Aviation Body to Inspect Boeing 787s Amid Production Issues

Leave a reply