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Covid North Korea, Biden: “Vaccines offered, no response”


The United States has “offered vaccines” against Covid-19 to North Korea, which has confirmed the first coronavirus outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic, but “has not received a response”. This was stated by US President Joe Biden, in South Korea for his first trip to Asia as president, quoted by the Yonhap agency. In the joint statement released after their meeting with South Korean Yoon Suk-yeol, who took office on May 10, the two presidents “reaffirmed their commitment to facilitate the delivery of humanitarian aid to the most vulnerable North Koreans”, expressing “concern about the recent outbreak of Covid-19 “in North Korea. The United States and South Korea, reads the joint statement released by the White House, are “willing to collaborate with the international community to provide assistance to North Korea to fight the virus”.

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