AOn Thursday, Austria’s Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and Denmark’s Social Democratic Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen will arrive in Israel. Markus Müller, an internationally renowned clinical pharmacologist and rector of the Medical University of Vienna, accompanies him. He is to advise the Chancellor on site in medical matters. Because the conversation should be much more than an exchange of experiences – Kurz wants to create the first facts.
He wants to remain part of the European vaccination alliance. But his announcement that he will also go his own way is a clear vote of no confidence in the EU Commission – and a direct affront to Commission head Ursula von der Leyen and Chancellor Angela Merkel.