Bosnia-Herzegovina Minister of Security Cikotić thanked President Erdoğan and Turkish public and said "Turkey showed that she is ready to support us like always."
30 thousand doses of Sinovac vaccines Turkey has granted in the scope of Turkey's fight against the new type coronovirus (Covid-19) has reached Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The Covid-19 vaccines President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan promised during the visit of members of Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina in March 16, have been delivered to Sarajevo International Airport with ambulance aircrafts.
Bosnia-Herzegovina Minister of Security Selmo Cikotić thanked President Erdoğan and Turkish public in a press conference held in the airport and said "Turkey showed that she is ready to support us like always."
Advisor to the Chairman of Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosko Tomic, pointed out that all aid is important during these times when the healthcare system is struggling and said "It is invaluable that with the 30 thousand vaccines sent that even one life is saved. I thank Turkey for this big aid she has given us."
First Undersecretary of Turkish Embassy in Sarajevo Özgür Şahin also remarked that upon the instruction of President Erdoğan, the Bosnia-Herzegovina authorities were immediately contacted and noted that they would continue their support Bosnia-Herzegovina's fight against the outbreak.