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Greek Health Min in Brussels for Extraordinary Meeting on Coronavirus

February 12, 2020
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ATHENS – Health Minister Vassilis Kikilias will be in Brussels on Thursday to participate in the extraordinary EU Ministers meeting on the coronavirus.

EU’s actions to address the coronavirus as well as the operational measures assumed by the state-members will be presented in the meeting to start at 10:00.

The meeting aims at the strengthening of the cooperation among the state members on extraordinary situation when a common approach in the precautionary and preventive measures for the protection of the public health is needed.

Kikilias will make statements after the end of the extraordinary meeting.

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