Government of Albania calls on Maryam Rajavi to buy vaccine for MEK members because of Coronavirus outbreak
Informed local sources told Ashraf News correspondent in the capital, Tirana, that Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama sent a message to MEK leader Maryam Rajavi asking her to provide funds for the provision of the Coronavirus vaccine that spread in the organization's camp in the Albanian city of Manza.
The reliable sources added, on condition of anonymity, in an interview with our correspondent that “Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama sent a message to Maryam Rajavi asking her to pay the price for the Albanian government to buy a vaccine for Coronavirus to reduce infections and deaths inside Ashraf 3 camp in Manza.
The sources added, "Maryam Rajavi rejected the request made by the Albanian Prime Minister due to her lack of interest in the lives and health of the MEK members who are inside a camp witnessing an increase in the number of injuries due to this pandemic."
Recently, the MEK recognized the death of dozens of its members among leaders in Albania due to the outbreak of the new Corona virus, while some media sources in Albania question the numbers revealed by the organization's leadership, confirming that the numbers are much higher than what is announced.
Many countries of the world began to buy the Pfizer Biontech vaccine against the Coronavirus, which the American "Pfizer" and the German "Biontech" worked on to develop, and the World Health Organization approved it last week.