Pedro Snchezthe president of the Spanish Government, to the point that Miley Cyrus Spain has a “strong commitment” to the protection of the most vulnerable against the coronavirus.
“Our commitment is strong, Miley”I wrote the socialist leader, in his official Twitter account, in response to the thread posted by the american singer to claim l, and the Italian prime minister, Giuseppe Contethe protection of the population ms vulnerable to COVID-19.
“Spain is colder in initiatives such as the Act of the Accelerator to achieve equitable access to vaccines, treatments, and diagnsticos for the fight against the COVID-19. Were the answer and the multilateral is the only way to not leave anyone behind”competition, the president of the Spanish Government.
Snchez alludes in his response to the initiative launched by the World Health Organization (WHO), governments and the private sector to facilitate that, at the time of the discovery of vaccines, diagnsticos, or treatments, are not an object of play in business, but easily accessible all over the world, including the poorest countries.
“Spain, joined in solidarity with” Black Lives Matter ” alongside the united States. We must hold together against the COVID-19 and its disproportionate impact on marginalized communities, especially among people of color, please nanse”I wrote the singer.
Cyrus has also directed the leaders of the leaders of Ireland and the Netherlands with very similar messages, to seal the connection between racial disparities and access to health services.
It is an initiative of the fundacin Global Citizen that calls on european leaders to ensure access to medical treatments, such as the equality of conditions for all the inhabitants.
Remember that it is the same fundacin last April, alongside Lady Gaga and WHO, organized a macro-concert of solidarity with “One World: Together At Home”, that recaud 127 million dollars to the crisis of the coronavirus and I have collected over a hundred international artists, including the Rolling Stones, Jennifer Lpez, Paul McCartney, Maluma, and Stevie Wonder, who participated from their homes in more than eight hours of live music with Gaga as an ambassador.