EU Industry Welcomes New Schengen Strategy’s Green Lanes
‘Milestone’ Policy Shows Europe Has Learned Lessons From COVID-19
Planned reforms to the EU’s Schengen open border system that will allow for transport “green lanes” to be reactivated when necessary have been welcomed by off-patent industry association Medicines for Europe.
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In the first part of an exclusive two-part interview, James Burt – Accord’s executive vice-president for Europe, the Middle East and North Africa – talks to Generics Bulletin about the key actions taken by the generics industry to mitigate the coronavirus pandemic, and the changed landscape that the off-patent arena can expect to see in future.
Urgent action is needed to reopen air freight routes so that the global off-patent industry can deliver critical medicines and supplies amid the coronavirus pandemic, international industry representatives have insisted.
Industry has welcomed the European Commission’s introduction of priority freight lanes, or ‘green lanes’, for essential goods to help address the challenges posed by the coronavirus outbreak.