MEP Nicu Stefanuta announced on Friday that Romania will receive oxygen concentrators from the Netherlands and Poland, but also medicines for COVID-19 patients offered by Germany, through the European Civil Protection Mechanism and the RescEU Program.
Also, our country will receive support consisting of medical staff and beds, as well as the taking over of patients, wrote Nicu Stefanuta on Facebook.
"European aid is on the way. Direct bilateral support from Germany, France, Hungary, Greece. Medical staff and beds, as well as patient care. Germany offers 12,700 different medicines, similar to Tocilizumab. The Netherlands supports the approach with 200 oxygen concentrators. Poland is offering to provide 50 oxygen concentrators," the MEP said.
According to him, this is an example of European solidarity.
"The Commission has mobilized and the member countries have responded. More resources and more support are available to Romania through the European Civil Protection Mechanism and the RescEU Program. European solidarity is at the heart of all our joint actions," Nicu Stefanuta also wrote, Agerpres informs.