For more than eight hours, the European Commission and AstraZeneca clashed with mediators on Wednesday, May 26, before a brief judge of the Brussels Civil Court. First, accuses them of disrespecting the treaty (under Belgian law), which binds them, and in the end the Anglo-Swedish laboratory must have paid 300 million to 300 million countries in the EU (seven) – and not 100 million doses of the Govt-19 vaccine in the first half of 2021 .
The European Union (EU) has accused AstraZeneca of making concessions to the United Kingdom to harm the continent and of engaging in service to British factories that are required to produce twenty-seven per cent. Entrepreneur “Abducted” For other markets – Japan and especially the UK – “50 Million Dose”, Ann “Obvious Violation” Of the agreement concluded on August 27, 2020 between the two parties, Thus charged Me Rafael Jeberelli. As a result, according to him: the United Kingdom was treated better than the European Union; As of May 21, it had received 37.7% of the ordered AstraZeneca doses, up from 18.3% for its former European partners.
In this context, the EU is demanding that AstraZeneca provide Europeans with an additional 20 million doses by the end of June and 180 million missing vaccines in the third quarter. If the laboratory does not comply with this request, it is requested to submit from 1There is In July, a dose and a fine of 10 euros a day will be imposed. “AstraZeneca has acted opaquely and exhibited a bad character. We fear it. [le groupe] I do not agree with your decision ”, Explained Ms.e Rafael Jeberelli to Judge.
“There is no clear breach of contract. It is very shocking to be accused of fraud.”, Replied Ms.e AstraZeneca lawyer Hakeem Pallarba argues he was hired as specified in his client contract “Its Best Reasonable Efforts” Respect its duties. But difficulties related to the preparation of the vaccine prevented him from doing better at the time he was recorded at the time of confronting the infection. The defense explained that the committee had informed the commission. Before signing the agreement, he warned that his two British factories and their Dutch base would operate on behalf of the Europeans only after the signing of the treaty with London.
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