No magic solutions

The European Union made the right decision when it established that member-states should not compete for vaccines during the pandemic but instead collectively manage the supply of Covid-19 inoculations.

The idea that Greece should deviate from the EU and pursue alternative bilateral agreements is cheap populism reminiscent of the times when we would seek gratuitous loans from third countries.

There were no magic solutions then, and there are none now.

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