The Lithuanian and Polish health ministers signed a cooperation agreement in Vilnius on November 23 which, among other things, will allow the two countries to jointly negotiate smaller medicine prices.
In the agreement signed by Aurelijus Veryga and Lukasz Szumowski, the countries pledge to cooperate on the improvement of the healthcare systems in both countries and make services even more accessible for people.
According to Veryga, the agreement is very necessary and long-awaited as it will allow getting better results, for example, letting the two cou...
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